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Fidelma Barry Solicitor

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Fidelma Barry Solicitor

Conveyancing – Wills And Probate – Personal Injury* – Estate Planning - Family Law - Notary Public - Elderly Care Issue

Fidelma Barry Solicitor has been operating since 2004 in Kildare Town and has built up an expertise in her firm’s areas of operation. Our office is a short walk from St. Brigid's Cathedral, The Irish National Stud and Kildare Village Outlet.

The aim of the firm is to bring that considerable wealth of experience to her clients so that they can achieve the highest levels of performance and excellence in the results achieved.

Fidelma Barry solicitor aims to provide an efficient professional legal service which is client centred, friendly and cost effective. Her firm will deliver focused solutions by using the highest standards of integrity and professionalism and by communicating effectively using clear and jargon free language.

Fidelma Barry solicitor has established a tradition of providing legal services to several generations of families and businesses and she aims to continue this tradition by building strong working relationships with her clients.


Get in touch with our office in Kildare to discuss your requirements in further detail


Frequently Asked Questions

I'm a first-time buyer. Can you help me?

Yes. At Fidelma Barry Solicitor, we offer a tailored conveyancing service and work with many first-time buyers.

We will ensure that all complicated matters are explained to you fully in a manner that you easily understand. We will also keep you fully updated on the progress of your transaction.

How Long Does It Take To Complete Probate?

Six to eight months is the typical timeline for a straightforward probate. Times will vary depending on the number, location and variety of assets in the estate. More complicated estates can take considerably longer.

Is there a time limit for making a personal injury claim?

There are strict time limits for making a personal injury claim. In Ireland, the statute of limitation is two years and therefore all cases must be commenced within two years from the date of the accident.

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