Brophy’s Law Blog

The difference between Registered and Unregistered Title

There are two separate systems used to record property transactions in Ireland. The first of these is the Registration of Deeds system which records the existence of deeds affecting property. If your property has been registered in the Registry of Deeds then it is known as unregistered Title. The second […]

Deed of Separation or Judicial Separation?

DEED OF SEPARATION A deed of separation is a legally binding contract setting out the terms on which a married couple or civil partners agree that they will live separately. The deed usually contains an express agreement to live apart and deals with other issues such as agreed arrangements on […]

Obtaining An Annulment

Civil annulment / Nullity of marriage is a legal declaration by the court which states a marriage never actually existed in the eyes of the law. It is not the same as a divorce as no legal rights are attributed to either spouse following the annulment. CAN I APPLY FOR […]

“It’s All Fun and Games Until…”

It’s that time of year again; the kids have returned to school and you are drinking a coffee that is still warm. It has been an enjoyable summer packed full of activities of days at the park, beaches and anywhere else that could keep kids entertained for more than 10 […]

Defective Products and The Injuries Board, formerly known as the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB), is an independent statutory body set up under the Personal Injuries Assessment Board Act 2003 to assess claims for anyone who has been in an accident and suffered an injury. All personal injury claims in Ireland (except for cases involving […]