Types of Family Law
With such a broad scope for family law cases, there are a number of branches that require specific expertise. These include:
A History of Divorce in Ireland
In 1997 divorce was officially legalised in Ireland, sixty years after the writing of the constitution. It was perhaps the most significant change made to Irish family law, and it shifted the landscape for separated couples nationwide.
Nowadays, if you want to legally end your marriage you still have the option of a nullity or legal dissolution, or you can apply to the Circuit Court for a divorce.
Your solicitor is obliged to inform you of alternative options to divorce, e.g. reconciliation, mediation or separation. The process is made far quicker if you and your spouse have resolved outstanding issues ahead of time, meaning proceedings won’t be delayed by lawyers perusing the minutiae of your relationship.
Details that are important to consider include:
Once these discussions have been had and both parties are in agreement, you are best served seeking the help of an experienced family law solicitor.
Assess My Family Law Case
In Irish family law, finding an expert solicitor in a timely fashion can make all the difference in deciding the outcome of your case. If you feel you could benefit from an assessment of your family law case, you can contact Brady Kilroy via phone, email, zoom or by visiting our offices in Dublin 4.