In 2004, Lavelle Coleman Solicitors established a dedicated full time England and Wales legal practice, which offers a wide range of legal services in English matters to Irish based clients.
Our firm has a number of English qualified solicitors who practise as solicitors in England and Wales matters from our Dublin offices. Our English qualified solicitors are regulated by the English Solicitor’s Regulatory Authority. We offer the same services from our Dublin Office that a UK based law firm could provide.
Our England and Wales practice includes solicitors who practise in both in Ireland and in England and Wales. We accordingly advise on both the Irish and English aspects of disputes and transactions.
We have extensive experience of the needs and requirements of Irish based individuals and businesses in transactions, disputes and dealing with legal matters in England and Wales.
Lavelle Coleman’s England and Wales lawyers have written practical guides in a range of areas of UK law from an Irish perspective. The guides provide practical information and guidance across the range of legal, taxation and practical issues which are encountered both by private individuals and businesses in England and Wales. Our guides cover the subject areas listed below and can be requested by email to . The information in our guides is also available through the links below.
- Customs, Licences and VAT
- Doing business in and with England and Wales
- Residential Property
- Agricultural Property and Farming
- Commercial Property
- Development and Construction
- Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Claims
- Wills, Probate, Trusts and Inheritance Tax
- UK Taxation
- Irish Tax Issues on UK Transactions
- Sale of Goods and Supply of Services
- Using European Law to trade
- Ecommerce and the Internet
- Protecting Intellectual Property
- Employment Law
- Insolvency in England and Wales
- Corporate and Commercial Law
This information on this website is intended as an overview and broad outline of the matters covered in it. Its purpose is to inform and raise awareness. We are happy to offer specific legal advice on particular circumstances. Our guides should not be relied on as a substitute for comprehensive legal advice with reference to the particular circumstances. While we have taken due care in their preparation, we do not accept legal liability as a result of any reliance placed on anything in the guides. The reader should rely only on specific legal or taxation advice.