Pembroke House, Upper Pembroke Street 28-32, Dublin 2. D02 EK84
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am – 5:30pm
Dublin Tel No: 01 5255637
Due to our growing Dublin client base, Hanahoe and Hanahoe solicitors opened up a Dublin office in 2015. Our Dublin office is located at Pembroke House, Upper Pembroke Street, 28-23, Dublin 2, D02EK84. Pembroke House is a modern office located within a beautiful old Dublin Georgian building. It is situated just off Leeson Street and adjacent to Fitzwilliam Square.
When choosing a Dublin office location, we felt that Pembroke Street was ideal. Pembroke Street lies within the commercial district of the capital, which is convenient for our Dublin based commercial and property clients. It’s proximity to the Land Registry, the Registry of Deeds and the Probate Office in Dublin 7, also assists us in providing our commercial and conveyancing clients with the service they deserve.
Having a Dublin office is also very important for the litigation side of our practice. Our litigation department specilaise in personal injury, medical negligence and family law. Our personal injury and medical negligence solicitors are regularly required to attend the Four Courts and the Law Library in Dublin 7. Our family law practice also necessities that we frequently attend the family law courts at Phoenix House, Dublin 7. Considering that we would often have solicitors in either the Four Courts or Phoenix House or indeed in both, it was essential that we had a Dublin premise.
Opening a Dublin office seemed like a natural fit for the firm, as one of our solicitors Tony Hanahoe, is from Glenageary, County Dublin and another, Luke Hanahoe, lives in Churchtown Dublin 14. The Pembroke Street office, is also a very conveniently located for attending RDS on a Friday night!!
Disclaimer: You should note that no solicitor/client relationship or duty of care or liability of any nature shall exist or be deemed to exist between Hanahoe and Hanahoe Solicitors and you until you have received a written letter of engagement from us in which we confirm our appointment as Solicitors. In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.