Like many businesses we are adapting how we do business in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. As part of this we are improving our online offering. You can now give us full instructions on the preparation of your will from your laptop/tablet or mobile phone. Make your Will online here
For the duration of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency the offices of O'Dowd Solicitors will remain open for business. Business will however be subject to the following constraints: The switchboard will only be operational from 10am - 12.30pm each day from the 30th March until further notice. Outside of these hours a voicemail or email should be left. Solicitors may [...]
To facilitate our clients, particularly those who do not wish to travel at this point in time we have now implemented an online payments system. This can be accessed here: https://www.odowd.ie/payment/. Over the coming days and weeks we will add to our services available online so that we can continue to offer services to clients during these times.
Read some of the views of Solicitor Mícheál O'Dowd on the Personal Injuries Register that never happened over at thejournal.ie. We advise extensively on both Personal Injuries matters and on the GDPR, so it is great to get the opportunity to speak on both: Read more here
O'Dowd Solicitors will be closed from 4pm on Friday the 2nd August until 9am on Wednesday the 7th.
O'Dowd Solicitors continues to expand. We are looking for a secretary/receptionist to join our young vibrant team. The ideal candidate will; be motivated; have excellent organisation skills; have the ability to work on their own initiative and as part of a team. Main duties and responsibilities include; Reception duties, diary management and general administration; Dictation typing; Maintaining client files; Taking [...]
Practically all of us are now aware that the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will come in to full force and effect on 25th May 2018. This Regulation builds and expands upon the current Data Protection regime which has been enforced in Ireland for a number of decades. For some businesses the GDPR will have a profound impact, but for [...]
Every so often we update our guide to making a will in Ireland. The October 2017 update takes into account the (lack of) changes made to the CAT thresholds for 2018; and has an updated questionnaire to make it even easier for you to make your will with O'Dowd Solicitors. Download the guide here.
Due to Storm Ophelia, the offices in Glanmire are currently without power. While we take our quills, parchment and typewriters out of storage you may contact us on 0863293138.
Due to the risks posed by hurricane Ophelia the offices of O'Dowd Solicitors will remain closed for the whole of Monday the 16th October.