Legal Services

Flanagan & Little Solicitors offers an extensive range of services throughout multiple areas of law. Our aim is to provide our clients, both local and national, with an efficient and effective legal service, providing advice and support at all levels.

Personal Injury*

If you have been involved in an accident or suffered an injury you may be entitled to bring a claim for compensation. Please contact us and we will provide you with assistance and advice on your claim.

Call now to speak to an expert solicitor about our range of legal services Applications

Under current legislation in Ireland most personal injury* claims must be submitted to the Injuries within 2 years from the date of the accident. We offer guidance and support ensuring our clients experience a hassle-free application process. Contact us for more information.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.

House Purchase/Sale

We act for both buyers and sellers providing assistance throughout the various stages involved in the purchase or sale of a house. We also help deal with banks, architects and surveyors.

We also offer very competitive prices for all remortgages, buying and selling of property.

Wills & Probate

We help clients prepare their wills to ensure their assets are distributed to their wishes in the event of their death. We can also assist with the process of drawing up an Enduring Power of Attorney.

We also provide the services in the Administration of Estates including extracting a Grant of Probate, completing Inland Revenue Affidavits and arranging to payment of Taxation, if appropriate.

Medical Negligence

Medical Negligence Claims are difficult both emotionally and physically. Our aim is to secure an explanation for what has happened by the medical practitioner / hospital responsible.

Family Law

We assist clients through the difficult process of separation/divorce proceedings, providing advice and support where needed and securing an agreeable outcome.

Mediation Service

Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution. Both parties would be invited to attend a series of meetings with the mediator, who will enable the parties to discuss their issues in an open and free environment. A mediator does not impose a decision or attempt to judge the merits of the disputes. Mary Flanagan is an accredited and experienced mediator who attended Harvard Negotiation Institute Boston in 2012.