Bohan Solicitors advises on a wide range of private Client matters such as Probate Law, Wills, the Law of Trust Trusts, residential and commercial conveyancing, dispute resolution and Family Law. Bohan Solicitors also provides Notary Public services. We deal with specialist areas, such as Charities, which embodies our legal and taxation and expertise.
Put simply, Bohan Solicitors offers Clients a professional and thorough range of legal and taxation advice on all types of commercial and family matters. Our experience and expertise is what sets us apart from the crowd.
As a complete legal and taxation practice, Bohan Solicitors ensures that our Clients get the best legal and taxation advice and delivers those advices in a straightforward and practical manner.
Bohan Solicitors also provides legal and taxation consultancy services to other professionals, such as solicitors and accountants, advising those professional practitioners and firms with practical and up-to-date advices on the legal and the taxation implications of transaction.
We also deal with audits and regularly negotiate with the Office of Revenue on behalf of other professionals.
At Bohan Solicitors, we provide a complete range of legal services, including advising on all aspects of Probate Law, Conveyancing, Family Law, Commercial Law, Taxation, Litigation and Dispute Resolution. Our taxation expertise enables us to provide full and comprehensive advice to Clients.
Paul is Managing Partner at Bohan Solicitors, having joined the Bohan Solicitors in 2006. Prior to joining Bohan Solicitors, Paul trained and worked in a large Dublin commercial firm. Paul specialises in commercial and residential conveyancing and advises on company and corporate law, with a particular emphasises on shareholder agreements; corporate restructures, banking matters and other forms of financial agreements and corporate arrangements. Paul also advises private Clients on a wide range of practice areas.
Brian Bohan is our founding Partner. Brian qualified as a Barrister in 1964 and as a solicitor in 1981. Brian is a Fellow of the Institute of Taxation in Ireland. Brian advises on the legal and taxation implications of passing wealth on to the next generation and advises Clients on taxation and estate planning, including company and corporate restructuring and inter vivos settlements. Brian has lectured extensively on taxation matters and on the duties and responsibilities of Trustees and Executors for over 30 years. Brian is a past President of the Institute of Taxation in Ireland and was a long-term member of the Council of the Institute of Taxation in Ireland. Brian is presently a member of the Taxation Committee of the Law Society. Brian is co-author of Bohan: Capital Acquisition Tax.