O’Connor McCormack Solicitors was established by Eoin O’Connor in 1986. We are a modern practice driven by the simple goal of providing relevant, practical and accessible legal services to our clients.
Professionalism, honesty and integrity are the core values that have made our firm a success for almost forty years. Our corner stone is our people, our clients and our network of contacts. We have always taken a long term view of success, of building lasting relationships with our clients and associates.
Our offices are conveniently based close to the Court House at 16 South Main Street in the heart of Naas.
In addition to the Partners in the Firm, we have assembled an experienced team of staff in our office.
We are also assisted by a panel of Barristers, Accountants and Engineers who have worked with us for a number of years and continue to assist us in providing expert and dedicated advice and services to clients over a wide range of legal areas.
Our approach is focused on delivering to you:
Above all we want you to value us so highly that you entrust us with all your legal work and recommend us to others.
Eoin O’Connor is a partner in O’Connor McCormack Solicitors (originally founded as Eoin O’Connor and Co in 1986.)
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Eoin has acted in many family law cases, substantial personal injury cases and serious criminal trials. He has a wealth of experience in the High Court, Circuit and District Criminal and Civil Courts.
Eoin has vast experience in the area of Criminal Law.
As well as dealing with all areas of general practice, Eoin specialises in the areas of Family Law, Collaborative Family Law and Mediation. He has a reputation for attaining the correct balance between robustly representing clients and using a conciliatory approach to negotiate settlements. He has an extensive family law client base having advised clients in relation to separation and divorce matters for many years.
Eoin is a co-founder of the Kildare/Wicklow Collaborative Law Association which provides an alternative procedure for the resolution of marriage break down without the necessity of Court proceedings.
Oonagh McCormack, qualified as a solicitor in 2008, and became a partner in the firm in 2011. Academic qualifications/Memberships:
Oonagh has experience in a wide range of legal services and provides clients with advice regarding personal injury cases, medical negligence, business law, property transactions and disputes, civil & criminal litigation, wills and probate matters.
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