Irish Law Awards Nomination for Niamh Moran

by | Oct 11, 2022 | Family Law, Legal News

Irish Law Awards Nomination for Niamh Moran

Niamh is known for her pragmatic approach to complex family law cases. She has particular expertise in working with individuals when separating complex pools of financial assets.

These types of family law cases can involve debt resolution, third-party negotiations, injunctions, and related matters in the Commercial Court, as well as disputes concerning the laws of equity and beneficial legal interests, family law and probate, and family law with conveyancing and land law components; all matters arising within the context of family law disputes that she handles ably and with the highest levels of attention to detail that such cases demand and with the high levels of service and communication that clients require to guide them through difficult and stressful times while navigating a family law matter.

Most recently Niamh represented the applicant in the two High Court decisions of M v S [2020] IEHC 562 (being the first reported judgment) and which case is now before the Court of Appeal.

Niamh Moran has significant family law expertise and her specialist knowledge in family law and financial issues is well known; Niamh Moran is an expert family law solicitor based in Dublin and she regularly contributes to media and publications and most recently contributed to a Sunday Times article “Avoid a messy break-up on your joint mortgage”.

Niamh was previously a Board Member of the Legal Aid Board, the largest group of solicitors representing family law clients in the State during which time she sat also on the Board’s Appeal Committee and Risk and Audit Committee.

Niamh Moran has expertise in mental health law and, has been a chairperson with Mental Health Tribunals since 2010. Niamh has a high level of interpersonal skills that lend themselves to working with vulnerable individuals and opposite lay litigants in complicated family law matters. Throughout her legal practice, she encourages early resolution by alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation, but above all particularly in cases involving children, when required Niamh is an excellent and highly skilled advocate.

Our offices at 27-28 Mount Street Upper, Dublin 2, are located just off Merrion Square, ideally located for many of our clients who have Estate or Will issues, talk to Niamh Moran direct at 01 8272888, email [email protected], or check out the inheritance section of our website for more information.

Niamh Moran Solicitor Dublin Family Law Firm Team Lawyer of The Year Finalist
Irish Law Awards Nomination for Niamh Moran


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