Luke Curran & Co. Solicitors Newry is one of Ireland's longest established and experienced legal firms. Since foundation in 1936 we have been serving the needs of our clients in the Newry area and further afield. For over 80 years the firm has provided legal guidance to private and commercial clients in all major areas of law in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
There are many reasons why you may need legal advice throughout your lifetime and it is crucial that you have confidence that the solicitor you choose to represent your interests has the expertise and ability to deliver results. Whether your legal problem involves Buying Property or Selling Property, Making a Will, Estate Planning, Accidents or Personal Injury, Divorce, Commercial Litigation, Business or Employment our team has the specialism you require.
We offer a fresh innovative approach to deliver our legal services in a professional manner with courtesy. We deal with all matters in a timely fashion and importantly with cost efficiency.
Two well-respected Newry Solicitors - Karen McNally and Damian McCrink, are now the current partners in Luke Curran & Co, and between them provide almost 30 year of legal advice to clients.
At Luke Curran & Co. Solicitors Newry we can also guarantee greater client satisfaction by offering transparency in billing and quotations upon request.
We offer a free no obligation consultation to assess your needs or the merits of your case.
Contact us on 02830267134 or firstname.lastname@example.org
"I would highly recommend Luke Curran & Co Solicitors. I have been a client for many years and the whole team are professional, friendly and efficient. They have offered me advice on a range of services and it's always reassuring to know you have a great Solicitor in your corner. Thanks for everything!"
In the event of your death, your spouse may well remarry at a later stage. In such circumstances your wealth and estate may be placed at risk should your spouse then get divorced or when they die. Is your wealth protected for your children and relatives in the manner in which you would want?
What is Stress? When pressure at work causes you to have an adverse reaction to it then it becomes stress or occupational stress. Occupational stress is often caused when an employee while performing tasks, responsibilities and pressures connected with their job struggles to manage their workload effectively. An employee is able to make a claim against occupational stress, when an employer fails to protect an employee against undue pressure and stress in the workplace, which later goes on to develop into an identifiable physical or psychological injury. In such instances an employee is entitled to personal injury compensation.
We never thought this would happen to our family... Writing a Will may not be at the top of your to do list, but despite the procrastinations, superstitions and anxieties of creating a Will, it is extremely important to do so. Fact of the matter is, if you have any kind of asset, be it life cover, pension, property or savings, writing a Will isn’t something that you should delay - no matter what age!
Everyone wants to ensure that their loved ones are provided for. If you own a business, or have a share in one, then you NEED to make important decisions about what will happen to your business once you pass away or retire. Without a robust business succession plan, your company shares could be subject to the Laws of Intestacy. Would you or your business partner be content to run your business with a surviving spouse or even their children?
Are you prepared for any life changing scenarios? There are currently around 850,000 people living with Dementia in the UK however it is not a natural part of ageing and it doesn’t just affect older people. Over 40,000 people under 65 in the UK have dementia according to the Alzheimer's Society. Mental and physical incapacity can happen at any time, and you might think that a spouse or family member would gain control of your finances and wellbeing, but this isn’t the case…
In the UK, there is a feeling that probate process is currently in disarray. The general perception is that waiting times are increasing. Appoint a trusted solicitor to guide you through the process and to avoid delay.
We work with people buying and selling property who need an expert to deal with the legal paperwork. We explain the process in layman terms and give regular updates so that you feel informed and in control of the transaction, the cost and timescales involved. This means that you can remain involved and avoid an otherwise stressful period for most. Check out our google reviews and website testimonials from our satisfied clients (link below).
Whether it was a road traffic accident, accident at work, a trip or a slip we offer specialist advice in securing maximum compensation for clients. We put our clients needs before profit to secure compensation as quickly as possible. We ensure our professional fee is recovered from the at fault party meaning no cost to you. We have experience in settling claims exceeding several millions of pounds involving complex issues on liability and compensation for care after brain injury and or paralysis.
We have extensive experience in dealing in Making Wills, Trusts and the Administration of Estates. There are many complex issues that require expert legal advice that we can provide to protect your assets for your loved ones.
We provide a full range of family and matrimonial law advice to ease the separation process, manage financial affairs and to ensure the welfare of the children.
We have experience in representing our clients interests in property purchase and sale, negotiating terms of lease between Landlord and Tenant, joint venture agreements and raising finance.
We offer services for Companies and Business in Sale, Partnership, Joint Venture Agreements and Commercial Contracts.
Whether it is a Liquor, Entertainment or Gambling Licence we have experts at hand to secure your application at Court.
Debt Recovery through Letters of Claim, Court Proceedings, Enforcement of Judgement or Statutory Demand and Bankruptcy or Winding-up Petition.