Elder Law & Vulnerable Adults Abuse Claims*

Areas of law that Carmody Moran Solicitors have encountered as important to elder law clients and vulnerable adults (and their families) include:

  • Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Future planning in the event of future incapacity
  • Advanced health care directives
  • Wills and probate
  • The Nursing Home Support Scheme
  • Future planning for a vulnerable child
  • Wards of Court
  • Elder abuse
  • Neglect claims
  • Claims of duress or undue influence (link to wills and probate page)
  • Fraud and theft

The partners in the firm, Niamh Moran and Anthony Carmody are trained extensively in general practice and offer a range of services to support the needs of those planning their care for later life and/or for family members and dependants who are particularly vulnerable.

Both Niamh and Anthony have built up a strong reputation in dealing with elder law in this area and have been recommended to individual clients and their families.

We have particular understanding of the sensitive issues involved in these matters and their ability in assisting with future planning and their experience in liaising with a variety of health care professionals, such as general practitioners, psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers.


Niamh Moran has gained a reputation for her sensitive and caring approach in dealing with clients in a variety of difficult situations and has written in many leading medical publications including a recent feature on advanced healthcare directives.

She has handled cases where there has been considerable fraud and theft from an older person by ‘trusted’ professionals (including other solicitors), care-givers, trusted family members and acquaintances. In recognition of this, she has been recommended not only by existing clients but by experts in this area, such as, leading health and social care professionals.

Through Niamh Moran’s work as a Chairperson on the Mental Health Commission panel of Tribunals, she has an in depth understanding of the types of mental illness and intellectual disabilities. 

These can require specific and specialised legal planning to deal with financials into the future in situations where a child can be vulnerable even if that child is an adult and their illness in remission.

Similarly, firm partner Anthony Carmody is a panel member of legal representatives for the Mental Health Commission and has acted for clients in the High Court.

Carmody Moran Solicitors have clients from all over Ireland who benefit from their specialised advices garnered from their wealth of experience and knowledge of this area of law and life.

We have a proven track record of protecting the rights of the vulnerable and obtaining restitution and/or compensation for individuals in such sensitive and difficult circumstances.

For further information please feel free to telephone us at 01 827 2888 or use the quick enquiry form.

Your Expert Team

At Carmody Moran Solicitors our experienced family law lawyers are on hand to advise and skilled in handling all nature of divorce.

The two partners of Carmody Moran solicitors have a combined total of in excess of twenty five years professional legal experience. Together with their associates they aim to make the Court process as straight forward and navigable as possible while being on hand to alleviate their clients concerns and worries about going through the Court process.

Anthony Carmody is one of the founding Partners of Carmody Moran Solicitors.

He has significant experience in personal injury cases and general litigation having handled literally thousands of cases on behalf of clients based in Ireland and abroad.

Read Anthony Carmody’s full profile here


Niamh Moran is one of the founding partners of Carmody Moran Solicitors and is a solicitor with wide ranging experience across all areas of general practice.

Niamh manages the family lawconveyancing and probate divisions of the practice. Niamh’s practice of law is extremely varied and she is regularly sought out for her expertise by clients and colleagues alike.

Read Niamh Moran’s full profile here