McMahon & Williams Solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with an array of District Court matters. As long standing members of the Legal Aid Panel, we represent eligible clients charged with crimes under the Free Legal Aid Scheme and can assist with applications for legal aid. Gearoid Williams and Sinead Kenny, the Partners of the Firm, are members of the Criminal Legal Aid Panel and regularly attend the courts. We are present at every District Court sitting in Kilrush. Sinead Kenny also represents clients in family law matters.
We recognise that a criminal conviction can have very serious consequences for a person and we offer expert advice at an early stage on all matters coming before the District Court, including the following:
- Road Traffic Offences including drink driving, careless and dangerous driving, driving without insurance/tax/licence, speeding.
- Public Order Offences.
- Debt Collection.
- Drug Offences.
- Family Law matters.
- Bail Applications.
- District Court Appeals.
- Licencing Matters.
McMahon & Williams Solicitors have years of experience in a wide range of civil litigation cases. Civil litigation involves disputes between persons and includes personal injury litigation, medical negligence, commercial disputes, debt collection, employment law issues, family law, landlord and tenant disputes, defamation, injunctions and contract law. McMahon & Williams Solicitors aim to secure the best possible outcome for our clients. Where appropriate we will settle cases for our clients and where necessary we will proceed to court in order to vindicate our clients’ position, again with a view to securing the best possible outcome in every case. Civil litigation cases are conducted in the District Court, Circuit Court and High Court. Gearoid Williams and Aisling Glynn work in the area of litigation, primarily in the Circuit Court and High Court.
If you have been served with a summons or charge sheet to appear in the District Court, it is important to obtain advice without delay.
For advice or to book an appointment, please contact Gearoid Williams, Sinead Kenny, Ciara Comerford or Aisling Glynn. Alternatively, you can telephone us on 065 9051009 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org