Solicitor Drogheda

Easter Hours 2021

Easter Office Hours 2021 Our office is closing Wednesday 31st March at 5.00pm and re-opening Tuesday 6th April at 9.00am. The reception phoned will be staffed remotely on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd April. We wish all of our clients and colleagues a very safe and happy Easter.
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Drogheda Solicitor

Charity Will Week 2020

I set up Charity Will Week this year when I had spare time, due to the lockdowns. For  a week in September,  I prepared Wills  at a cost of €85 per person and donated all proceeds to the Oesophageal Cancer Fund. Legal services were very fortunate to be an essential service during all of the lockdowns . […]
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Make a Will in 2021 for €100

Making a Will, it’s straightforward and quick, so avoid the worry and don’t be like me and put if off for ten years! Last September I ran a Charity Will Week, donating all proceeds from Wills, to the Oesophegeal Cancer Fund. I  met 87 people and made 87 Wills. What really struck me that week, […]
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Legal services during Level 5- Madden Law is open

Solicitor firms are an essential service during Level 5 restrictions. All non- essential administrative work will be done by staff remotely. In the spirit of the regulations, I am providing all advisory consultations over Zoom and Teams. I am providing office appointments for clients who are signing documents. As during the previous lockdown, I will […]
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Charity Will Week 2020

There has never been a better time to make your Will. For a donation of €85 per person, you can have you Will made with Madden Law, during Charity Will Week. It runs from Monday 21st September to Saturday 26th 2020. Submit your details to us, book your appointment and make your donation, all on […]
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Ward of Court – When, How and Who?

When is it required to make a person a Ward of Court? When a person is of unsound mind and is incapable of managing their own affairs and It is appropriate ad necessary to protect his or her property or person. When is it required to make a person a Ward of Court? There is […]
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