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The practice was established by JJ Haughey Solicitor, father of the current partners in 1972.

Paul Haughey qualified as a solicitor in 1999. He is vastly experienced in representation of clients in Family, Criminal and Civil Courts. Paul is a qualified Solicitor Advocate and Mediator. He is a member of the Childrens Order Panel, Guardian ad Litem Agency panel (appointed to represent children in Court proceedings) and is a member of the International Childrens Law Panel (to represent parties to Child Abduction proceedings).

Peter Haughey qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and deals with all aspects of the services provided by the practice with particular interest and specialisation in all matters relating to Conveyancing and Property and in relation to Wills, Probate and the administration and planning of estates.

Leanne Sweeney is our newest member of staff having joined the practice as a solicitor in July 2015. Leanne is a graduate of Queen’s University Belfast and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 2014 and deals with all areas of practice undertaken by the firm with particular interest and specialisation in Matrimonial Law (including divorce, ancillary relief and both private and public law Children’s Order proceedings); Criminal Law and Probate and Administration of Estates. Leanne is a skilled advocate and enjoys representation of clients in both civil and criminal courts.

Our support staff is headed by Teresa O’Connor, Legal Executive, who has invaluable experience in relation to all matters relating to conveyancing having joined the practice as an assistant to Jerome Haughey, founder of the firm. We are lucky to be assisted by a professional, enthusiastic and friendly team of support staff who will be happy to assist in any way they can.


If you have any questions about your legal issues please do not hesitate to contact. We will be happy to advise on how we can help with a FREE no obligation estimate of fees for any of the services we provide.

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