Enduring Power of Attorney - a guide

Enduring Power of Attorney: A Guide

Making an Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to choose the correct people to deal with your affairs in circumstances where you are no longer capable of doing so yourself.   WHAT IS AN ENDURING POWER OF ATTORNEY? An Enduring Power of Attorney is a signed and witnessed document that allows a client (Donor) to … Continued

Making a will

Making a will

AN Other, in his last will and testament wrote: “To my first wife Mary, whom I always promised to mention in my will. Hello Mary! ” – Anonymous Under Brehon law, on a man’s death the general rule was that his property passes automatically to his dutiful sons or is divided amongst his kinsmen if … Continued

Medical negligence

Medical Negligence

Fado, Fado, prior to English Rule, Ireland had its own indigenous legal System which dated from Celtic times and survived until in or around the 17th century known as Brehon law. Brehon law had developed from customs which had been passed on orally from one generation to the next. Under the Brehon law system three … Continued

Do not mock a pain that you have not endured

Do not mock a pain that you have not endured

WHAT IS A PERSONAL INJURY A Personal injury* is the legal term for an injury or illness that has been caused or exasperated by someone else’s negligence. An injury of any kind can affect your quality of life. Being out of work as a result of injury may also affect your monthly household income. Personal … Continued

Donegal Democrat March

Sources Of Data Protection Law And The Emergence Of GDPR

Technology is a useful Servant but a dangerous Master Christian Lous Lange, Norwegian politician in 1930     SOURCES OF DATA PROTECTION LAW AND THE EMERGENCE OF GDPR In the United States the legal discussion in relation to data protection is frequently linked to the Warren & Brandeis’s Legal article in 1890 entitled “The Right … Continued

Enterprise awards

Donegal Enterprise Awards Start-Up Finalists

Conor McLaughlin & Associates have been named Donegal Enterprise Awards Start-Up Finalists 2019 Conor McLaughlin Principle at Conor McLaughlin & Associates pictured above.   Delighted to be named as one of the Donegal Enterprise Awards Finalists in our first year in business. Big thank you to all our clients in Donegal. Thank you from all … Continued

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Donegal Democrat September

Repossession: He who is not strong must be clever

He who is not strong must be clever – An té nach bhfuil láidir, ní foláir dó bheith glic.   Applications for repossessions of homes in County Donegal were at 164 at the latest sitting of the County Registrar on the 28th of June 2019. While this number may seem shocking to some, it in fact … Continued

Donegal Democrat July

Licensing: One For The Road

Deoch an Dorais – One for the Road Fado, Fado, prior to English Rule, Ireland had its own indigenous legal System which dated from Celtic times and survived until in or around the 17th century known at Brehon law. Brehon law had developed from customs which had been passed on orally from one generation to … Continued