We are a normal GP practice, looking after public and private patients.

We are 2 doctors, myself and Dr Sinead Beirne, and a nurse (my Mrs Caitriona O’Sullivan, who is practice nurse, midwife, breastfeeding support etc). We share 3 reception staff with the other GP practice.

We provide the full range of GP services, from cradle to grave, including maternity care, cervical screening, childhood and travel vaccination, contraception, health screening, ECG, lung function testing, chronic illness care, blood tests, repeat prescriptions and so on, but we also have some specialized services that are not commonly found in most practices:

  • Minor surgery procedures, from ingrown toenails and cysts to moles and skin cancers, wart freezing etc. We take referrals from all over Dublin and carry out approx. 700 procedures annually
  • We provide ultrasound scanning, including general abdominal scanning, assessment of prostate, aorta, gallstones, uterus, and pregnancy scanning.
  • As a result, we have an extensive maternity practice, participate in shared antenatal care with the hospital, offer midwife care and provide comprehensive breastfeeding support for new parents.
  • We combine ultrasound and surgical skills to find and remove contraceptive implants that get lost in people’s arms
  • We have substantial expertise in diabetes care.

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Property & Conveyancing

The property market can be a stressful place. Our property solicitors in Dublin bring years of experience to both the residential and commercial property sectors so that your venture progresses smoothly. Whether you’re buying or selling, there are many hoops you need to go through, and as a veteran firm of property law solicitors, we have the knowledge required to ensure your journey onto the Irish property market is an exciting and enjoyable one.

Identify your needs

You probably already have a strong idea of the kind of property you’re looking for. If you’re a restaurateur, for example, you’ll need a commercial property with a certain number of counters and sinks as well as room for substantial refrigeration, and if you’re seeking a residential property, you’ll know how many bedrooms you want and whether it will be in a town or in the countryside. Whatever you have in mind so far, sit down and think about it a while longer. You’ll be surprised how many specific qualities you’ll need to keep in mind when you consider the bigger picture.

What direction is your property facing?

What is public transport in the area like?

Is there room to build an extension on the property in years to come?

The particulars you’ll have to consider are endless, but when you take the time to look them over, the power to find good property is entirely yours. As ever, our team of Dublin property solicitors are on hand to help you pin things down.

Examine your finances

The price of the property isn’t the only thing you need to consider when planning the purchase. You’ll also have to account for legal fees, the real estate agent, and numerous other costs that can add up if you aren’t prepared. Our property solicitors based in Dublin 8 are ready to advise you on what to expect and how much you might need to account for, but you can get a head start by taking stock of your current finances. How much are you earning and what outstanding debts do you have? And if you’re buying a piece of property with a partner, what kind of salary are they on? When budgeting for your new property, you also need to consider things like stamp duty and registration fees, as well as the valuation fee for the mortgage itself. It might seem like a lot to handle right now, but with our help it’s simply a case of tackling it one step at a time.

Be prepared

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that there’s a huge amount of legal work that needs to be covered before you finally own your new piece of property. Helping you understand what’s happening at every stage of the process is our job, so when you talk to us we can promise that you’ll never feel overwhelmed by the formalities ahead. Some things you should expect include dealing with the booking deposit and clarifying to the auctioneer that it doesn’t bind you to a contract and that you are free to withdraw from the purchase should you not get loan approval. Your title documents will need to be carefully checked to ensure everything is in order and your purchase contract will need to be examined to make sure that everything is fair and agreed upon. Then, once the sale is finally agreed, mortgage documents have to be stamped and deeds sent for registration before they’re forwarded to your lending organisation until your loan has been paid off.

At the end of the day, you want to get through all of this, and any other unforeseen circumstances, while experiencing as little stress as possible. That’s why the first thing you should do is get in contact with a team of property solicitors who can prepare for the work ahead. Our team are always available to talk, so get in touch today with the expert property solicitors in Dublin today.

Changing your mortgage provider?

Getting mortgage approval to enable you to purchase a home or investment property is usually peoples primary focus. Once your mortgage has been approved, the property has been purchased and life returns to normal, you may notice that you did not or were not able to avail of the best mortgage rate at the time of purchase.

How Do I Switch My Mortgage?

Switching Your Mortgage – The Legal Process

The legal process for switching a mortgage or a re-mortgage is straightforward but does require the services of a Solicitor. Once you have identified the best value mortgage either by using a broker or approaching the banks directly you are obliged to complete the loan application form and return it with the supporting documentation e.g. bank statements / pay-slips / id etc. This is the reason why so many people give up.  However, once you are approved, the hard work is done and you can save €000’s.

As part of the loan application, you have to identify your Solicitor. At this point, you should ask your Solicitor to start working on your behalf. Your Solicitor should do the following:

  1. Provide you with an estimate of the costs;
  2. Send you an authority to take up the Title Documents from the current lender;  The Solicitor will need to know the following to prepare that authority:
    • Name and addresses of mortgage holders;
    • Name of the current lender;
    • Mortgage account number;
  3. When the loan is approved, the loan offer will be sent directly to the Solicitor with a loan pack.
  4. Complete the documentation and request that you call into the office to sign the documentation:
    • Accept the loan offer;
    • Authority to act on behalf of the bank to put the mortgage in place;
    • Mortgage document(s);
    • Family Home Declarations;
    • Assignment of the life policy;
  5. Comply with any special conditions in the loan offer;
  6. The Solicitor then carries out searches against the property, arranges to draw down the new mortgage and pay off the old mortgage;
  7. Prepare a statement of account and pay any surplus funds to you;
  8. Register the vacate (discharge) of the old mortgage  and record the new mortgage in the Land Registry or Registry of Deeds;
  9. Send the Title Documents to the bank to be held until the mortgage has been paid off.

By instructing Anthony Joyce & Co. Solicitors, you can be confident that your transaction will run smoothly. Anthony Joyce & Co. are one of only a handful of Law Firms in Ireland who carry the International Lexcel (Legal Excellence) Certification. Our highly experienced team work within the Lexcel framework to deliver a high quality service to our clients. We encourage you to make that effort to switch and by offering a fixed fee of €1,500 you will be saving further. We understand that some banks have a switching or re-mortgage offer of €2,000 or more towards the legal fees!

Our Commercial Property Department is recognised as outstanding in Ireland.

Our team of Commercial property Solicitors have detailed knowledge of the Irish property market and keep up to date with evolving market trends. Our firm maintains close contact with leading intermediaries within the market and is a regular contributor to property industry events in Ireland.

We Offer a comprehensive range of services which ensures that we have the knowledge and expertise to advise on any real estate transactions within Ireland. Areas of our expertise include:

Property Leasing
On the commercial lease front, the team at Anthony Joyce & Co. solicitors Dublin have extensive experience dealing with both the landlord and tenant sides of contracts. Because of this, we have a distinct overview of the entire process and are ready to advise on a number of issues that might crop up.

Property Development
In property development the journey can be long and hard. From planning permission to the finalisation of finance agreements, you’ll need a reliable and communicative solicitor on your side to get the project from first inkling to finished structure. On top of this, we’re ready to advise on both planning and environmental issues that can sometimes be quite the set of hurdles to overcome.

Property Investment
Buying and selling aren’t the only options available to a person on the commercial property market. It’s worthwhile considering an investment. We can advise on what structures you should take an interest in, as well take you through the many tax and investment laws that you’ll have to deal with in the course of your investment.

Property Litigation
If you have a dispute that requires the matter to become a case of property litigation, our team of commercial property solicitors are ready to help resolve the problem. We have experience helping tenants, landlords, property developers and many local authorities and public bodies. With our mediation, we’re sure your dispute will be resolved fairly in a quick and cost effective manner.

Whatever your goal on the commercial property market, chances are there’ll be some form of taxation involved. It might be the case that you’re being taxed heavily or that you’re being rewarded with some tax incentives. In either case, we have the know-how to make sure it’s all dealt with efficiently.

John Gaynor & Co. has been serving the people of Ireland in all aspects of property law for over 15 years. Our Property Law Department is recognised as outstanding in Ireland
Our team of property law Solicitors have detailed knowledge of the Irish property market and keep up to date with evolving market trends. Our firm maintains close contact with leading intermediaries within the market and is a regular contributor to property industry events in Ireland.

We Offer a comprehensive range of services which ensures that we have the knowledge and expertise to advise on any real estate transactions within Ireland. Areas of our expertise include:

  • Property Acquisitions and disposals
  • Planning and environmental issues
  • The Construction sector
  • Property Development
  • Property Litigation
  • Financing
  • Joint ventures and ownership structures
  • Tax
  • Management structures
  • Landlord and tenant issues
  • Sale and leasebacks
  • Loan portfolio acquisitions and disposals

When it matters most the experienced team at Anthony Joyce & Co. Solicitors are here to help.

Let us take the stress out of the Property Market for you. First and foremost our approach is as a client facing Solicitors. We will include you at every step along the way to keep you informed as to how every aspect is progressing. Our team of residential conveyancing solicitors have a vast knowledge of the Irish property market and keep constantly up to date with ever evolving trends. Our knowledge and expertise is your security that what matters most to you will be dealt with as smoothly and expediently as possible.

In addition, should you require, our team of Property Solicitors will be on hand to offer advice on identifying your needs, examining your finances and most importantly helping you be best prepared for the exciting journey ahead.

Residential property is one of the most personal things you will ever consider buying and selling. When it comes to the place you’ve lived in for many years, or the place you’d like to, it’s easy to become emotional and act without thinking. Though our team of residential property solicitors in Dublin understand how attached you can get to a house (even before you’ve bought it) we always recommend that you try not to get too sentimental when it comes to dealing with the large amounts of money involved. Objectivity is what wins when it comes to business. That’s one of the benefits of hiring a real estate agent and residential property solicitor. You should also keep a couple of other things in mind to help yourself remain level-headed. Give yourself time before making or accepting an offer. You don’t want to throw a number out there in the heat of the moment. If you’ve found a place you like, or found a buyer who seems very interested, don’t stop exploring other options. Anything can happen and people can be fickle. It’s important that you don’t plan yourself into a corner and you should always have other options available. Yes, there are of course times you need to move quickly, but that’s something we can advise you on when and if it happens. Our residential property solicitors have been involved with the property market for a long time, so if anybody can tell you when a decision needs to be made hastily, it’s us.