Shannons Solicitors is a boutique style legal practice specialising in Personal Injury, Property and Family Law.
We started in Swords County Dublin in 1978 and have developed specialised legal skills to give our clients an efficient and personal service.
We also assist those injured by consumer drugs and medical products. We provide services in Criminal Law, Notary Public and attend all sessions at Swords Court.
Our Latest News & Events
Naturalised Refugees can no longer use Section 18 of the Refugee Act 1996 to apply for family reunification
The Court of Appeal in its judgment in joined cases MAM v the Minister for Justice and Equality and KN & Ors v the Minister for Justice and Equality  IECA 116, held that a declared refugee who becomes a naturalised Irish citizen cannot use Section 18 of the...
With so much talk of Brexit at the moment, the deadline of the 31st October 2019 looming ever closer and the real possibility of a “no deal” Brexit, the signing of the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Consequential Provisions) Act 2019 – “the...
We recently wrote about the Sadiq case where the High Court issued a judgement which we believe was highly critical of the manner in which the Department of Justice and Equality dealt with family reunification cases (Sadiq & Ors v the Minister for Justice and...
An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is a critical document if you wish to make arrangements to look after your affairs in the event that you yourself are no longer capable of doing so. This is very different from a normal Power of Attorney which terminates if you...
Last week we wrote about the new Domestic Violence Act and one of our concerns related to the fact that if an Applicant is well prepared and well represented, she or he will stand a very good chance of success One of the reasons why we can say this with so much...
One of the main difficulties we have noted in recent years is that many applications for Work Permits have been rejected because the person’s skills were said to be surplus to Irish requirements. Happily, the Employment Permit (Amendment) Regulations 2019 were enacted...
29 Main Street
Opposite AIB Bank
Swords, Co. Dublin
Telephone: +353 1 840 1780
Facsimile: +353 1 840 1793