What We Do

With offices in Dublin, Cork, and Galway, Finghín O’Driscoll Solicitors provides a variety of legal services to clients across the country. With decades of experiences, in-depth knowledge, and honest, reliable advice, we are the legal team that you want in your corner.

FOD Solicitors has a well established reputation for professional, confidential, and efficient legal services for both new and existing clients. We take pride in offering you our services in a timely and efficient manner, whilst providing you value for money at all times.
We aim to provide precise legal advice to meet your requirements and represent you to the highest possible standards. As an experienced legal team, FOD Solicitors endeavours to respond to all legal proceedings with discretion, the strictest confidentiality, and the highest professional etiquette.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is conveyancing?

    With regards to property law, conveyancing is a legally required process during the purchase and sale of a property. This process ensures that all parties meet their legal obligations and protects your rights throughout the transaction. A conveyancing solicitor will assist with all aspects of the title transfer and settlement process.

  • How long does Probate take?

    The length of time required to complete Probate will vary depending on the individual circumstances of each case. These variables include the number of assets left behind by the deceased, the number of properties, the size of the inheritance, etc. On average, it takes approximately 4-8 months to fully complete Probate, however, more complicated estates should be prepared for a considerably longer process.

  • How much compensation can I get for a personal injury* claim?

    There is no set amount of compensation for personal injury* cases. The amount of compensation you may receive will depend on the nature of the injuries you have sustained, how long they persist for, who is responsible for the accident, and the contents of the medical reports. Once we have reviewed your case we can advise as to the amount of compensation you are likely to receive.

  • Can I be fired for making a claim against my employer?

    Depending on the severity of the issue, most people will choose to leave the company they are taking legal action against. However, you do not have to do so and you are fully within your rights to make a claim against your current employer while still working for them. By law, your employer cannot dismiss you or force you to leave your job for bringing a claim against them.