Welcome to Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP Solicitors.

Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP was founded in Cork in 1889 by Barry C. Galvin, the late Grandfather of Barry St. J. Galvin. The Partners of the firm are Barry St. J. Galvin (Managing Partner), Michael O’Brien, Donnchadha Murphy, Aisling  Maloney and John O’Brien, who lead an experienced, professional and progressive team of Solicitors, Legal Executives and administrative staff.

Banking & Financial Services:

The banking & financial services department is one of this firm’s core areas of expertise. Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP has a long-established reputation in advising on matters relating to banking and finance.

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Debt Recovery:

The experienced legal team at Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP advises a broad range of clients across all industry sectors on the recovery of debt and judgment enforcement.

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Commercial Law:

At Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP the Commercial Law Department operates in tandem with our Banking and Financial Services Department and we pride ourselves in our extensive experience in these areas.

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Property Law:

Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP specialises in Property Law and acts for a mixed portfolio of private and commercial clients in the disposal and acquisition of property.

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Personal Injury*:

We advise in all type of personal injury law, ranging from road traffic accidents, accidents at work, medical negligence etc.

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Employment Law:

Employment Law has developed enormously in recent years and is now a complex area of law governed by a sizeable body of legislation.

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Wills & Probate:

Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP advise clients on succession, trusts and estate planning issues.

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Licensing:

Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP advise many clients in relation to current licensing law.

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Family Law:

Barry C. Galvin & Son LLP provide high quality legal advice on all aspects of family law for any type of situation.

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Notary Public:

Barry St. J. Galvin was appointed as a Notary Public in Ireland by the Chief Justice covering both Cork City and County.

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*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.