Merry Christmas

Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and every success in 2021.

Our opening hours over the Christmas period are as follows;

Closed from Wednesday the 23rd of December to Tuesday the 29th of December inclusive.

Open on Wednesday and Thursday the 30th and 31st of December.

Closed Friday the 1st of January, 2021.

Reopening on Monday the 4th of January, 2021.

My Legacy

This November McMahon & Williams Solicitors are delighted to support My Legacy Month 2020.   70% of Irish adults have not made a Will.   Making a Will gives you an opportunity to ensure that proper arrangements are in place for your family and gives you an opportunity to distribute your property in a way that you wish.   During My Legacy Month aims to encourage Irish people to make a Will and to support a charity of their choosing through doing so.    To mark My Legacy Month this year McMahon & Williams have decided to make a donation to St. Senan’s (Kilrush) Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and West Clare Mental Health Association in support of The Lighthouse Peer Support Centre-

To arrange an appointment to make or review your Will, please contact us by phone 065 9051009 or by email:

CHALLENGING TIMES – We are here to help.

At McMahon & Williams we, like everyone else, are getting used to living through this Pandemic.  Things are a little different in our office now, with the introduction of social distancing measures.   We are glad to say that we are continuing to meet our clients, but by appointment only.  With the new guidelines in relation to the wearing of masks, we are asking all of our clients and visitors to the office to please wear a mask, this is to protect you and our staff.    We are doing our utmost to ensure that our clients and staff feel safe and protected.

Since the pandemic started, we have noted an increase in clients wishing to make a Will or also, which can be more important, updating their Wills.  We have also noted an increase in clients making Enduring Powers of Attorney.   An Enduring Power of Attorney allows a person to make arrangements for how their affairs will be managed should they become mentally incapacitated, as a result of illness or an accident.    The person making the Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) can nominate either one or two people, whom they trust, to make decisions on their behalf in relation to their day to day living and assets.      Having an EPA completed gives a person peace of mind that should they not be in a position to deal with their affairs in the future they know that they have trusted individuals who will do so on their behalf.

Further information in relation to Enduring Powers of Attorney can be found here Enduring Powers of Attorney or if you have any queries or for the making of a Will please do not hesitate to contact us on 065 9051009 or