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I had the force of circumstance recently to use the services of Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz to ‘Draw up a Will’.
On my initial contact with the offices of the above, I was met with a welcoming courtesy, which continued with an element of cordiality but remained totally professional.
My dealings with Declan Joyce were straightforward, however, there were knowledgeable recommendations that he proffered which enabled the compilation of my Will to be compiled in a much more inclusive way.
Because of the restrictions on the country at the time, a face-face meeting was out of the question but a face-time meeting on a social media App was to be employed.
This “appointment” was arranged and duly carried out with all questions being answered proficiently, leaving me free to make the necessary adjustments to my Will. Once satisfied with the alterations; another competent, business-like face-time meeting was arranged to finally clarify and agree the details. All secretarial work was prompt and clear with correspondence being carried out via email.
Given all the difficulties and restrictions caused by Covid-19. The final signing and witnessing of the Will document was done very professionally, in view of the problems caused by social distancing. At no point did I feel in any way Nosophobic.
I would like to take this opportunity of commending Declan Joyce, of Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz, for his professionalism and business-like manner throughout the process of drawing up my Will. His secretary also needs praise, in so far as she conveyed exceptional courtesy and showed great aptitude for her profession in her expeditious correspondence.
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***Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz Solicitors will be NOW OPEN (behind closed doors)***
In line with the recent Government announcements, Legal activities are deemed as "essential work" in particular to support essential services and vulnerable people.
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Emergency Operational Guidelines
In terms of the operation of my business the following guidelines apply: -
They counter intuitive but it is important to protect my health, the health of my Staff and indeed the health of my Clients.
• Some members of Staff are working from home.
• The office is working behind closed doors.
• Clients are encouraged NOT to attend the office.
• Consultations can be had on the phone. Email exchanges can be used and correspondence exchanges can be used.
• Where it is essential for Clients to attend in the office, all explanations have already occurred in relation to the documentation to be executed so that the meeting for execution can be short, sweet and to the point.
• Meetings must not take longer than five minutes and at all times everyone involved keeps the recommended distance.
• Clients should bring their own pens.
• Children may NOT be brought to the office.
• Hand washing and hand sanitizer facilities are available. Clients wear gloves if appropriate
• Parking is available at the rear of the offices
For your Safety and others, we are working behind closed doors.
If you wish to gain entry, please use the door bell or telephone us on 051 421212.
Together we will get through this successfully.
Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz Solicitors
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Protecting the Economic Viability of your Business
To enable to increase cash availability
As business people we need to face this problems NOW.
Preserving cashflow is VITAL.
Below are some suggestions that may be of assistance to you.
1. Prioritise safety and welfare in accordance with HSE and Government advice.
2. Review borrowings, mortgage (if applicable), rent (if applicable), get a clear picture of your outgoings and if necessary, discuss these with your accountant.
3. Review all outgoings to see if any savings can be achieved.
4. Talk to your bank about suspending payment on borrowings.
5. Talk to your bank about extending overdraft.
6. Keep filing for all taxes on time.
7. In so far as it is possible pay all taxes on time.
8. Does billing needs to be brought up to date.
10. Focus your immediate attention on those areas of your business that can generate income in the short term.
I hope this will be of benefit to you.
COVID-19 Announcement Update
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has announced new stringent measures designed to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Rundown of the new restrictions announced today.
Minister for Health Simon Harris said the State would take control of private hospitals for the duration of the crisis and that patients with the virus will be treated for free with no distinction between public and private.
Priority testing for health staff, including GPs, will be introduced.
General health testing will be increased for those with symptoms.
As and from Wednesday 18th of March to Tuesday 31st of March, please note that Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz's Policy with responsibility to Covid-19 will be as follows:
▪️All existing and new client appointments will be conducted by video conference call or by telephone appointment
▪️The only clients that will be coming physically into the office for an appointment are those who will need to sign a document
▪️Please note all social distancing will be in action for the signing of documents
Measures to assist SME's
Experiencing cash-flow difficulties arising from COVID-19
Businesses, other than SMEs, who are experiencing temporary cash flow or trading difficulties should contact the Collector-General’s office on (01) 7383663.
Alternatively, these businesses can engage directly with their branch contacts in Revenue’s Large Corporates Division or Medium Enterprises Division.
Revenue will continue to closely monitor the evolving situation regarding COVID-19 and will issue further updated guidance for businesses when required and particularly in good time before the March/April VAT returns, and other future returns are due.
For more info for SME's check out the following: http://bit.ly/38RE15W
Support from Central Bank
Support for economy, firms & households
The Central Bank of Ireland announced this week a further measure in order to support the economy, firms and households through the economic shock arising from COVID-19.
▪️ Support for Bank Borrowers
▪️ Deferral to Stamp Duty
▪️ Non-Bank Lending
▪️ Central Bank Prudential Policies
▪️ BPFI actions to ensure operational continuity
▪️ Changes to assist Public health policy
To read more check out https://bit.ly/2xWd18x
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We provide practical, sensible and easy to understand legal advice to commercial and private clients.
Our many legal services are designed to meet your needs.
Buying, Selling, Leasing or Developing Property
Whether you are buying or selling, mortgaging, remortgaging, or are a business owner seeking assistance with a commercial lease, we can ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible. We advise in relation to sales and purchases for homes, buildings, land and sites, mortgaging and remortgaging, family transfers and planning law.
Farm/Land Transfer and Ownership
We work with farmers, landowners and agricultural businesses advising on property and land law, disputes, and succession planning. We offer a comprehensive service in areas such as farm ownership, land transfer, grazing agreements, and forestry purchase or sale.
Company Formation/Law, Licensing, Debt Collection
We help businesses so they can thrive and grow. We provide guidance on company formation, partnership agreements and sole trader advice. We also advise on employment law and legal obligations, commercial buildings, licensing, debt collection and more.
Solar, Wind farm or Energy Projects
Governmental initiatives toward renewable energy supply raises a number of legal and commercial issues. For the farmer or landowner who is leasing land for a renewable energy project, we provide a comprehensive service around property law, land access and tenure, commercial agreements, liability and licensing.
Wills & Estate Planning
Preparation and Execution
We help you plan for the future and explain the benefits of a will. We work with you so that your wishes are safeguarded and your assets are distributed. We assist with preparation and carefully guide you through this process so that your estate is done in an efficient manner. We'll ensure that you have peace of mind.
Accidents and Assaults
Our personal injury team will bring claims for compensation on your behalf if you've been injured through the actions or omissions of others. We represent clients across a broad range of accidents: road traffic, work, occupiers liability, products liability. We will advise on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms including arbitration, mediation, and conciliation.
In Personal Injuries or Contentious business, a Solicitor is prohibited from percentage charging.
Contract Law, Insurance Claims, Rights of Way
We provide representation and advice in all areas of legal disputes including: Contract Law, Insurance Claims, Defective Products, Rights of Way, Boundary Disputes, Banking Disputes, Squatters Title, Trespass, and Arbitration. We work with you to assess your situation and to provide you with legal advice and your options.
Affidavits, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Elder Law, Fair Deal Scheme
We provide a number of other services to clients including Affidavits, Declarations, and Enduring Powers of Attorney. We provide legal advice and guidance on Elder Law including the Fair Deal Scheme to help clients pay for private nursing homes, assisted decision making and wardship applications.
Declan Joyce is the owner of Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz Solicitors. He's been a qualified Solicitor since 1988 and has worked with Edward W. Hughes, former State Solicitor for Co. Kilkenny in Graiguenamanagh, and Kieran W. Cleary and Associates in Clonmel, Co Tipperary. Declan moved to New Ross in 1990 and took over Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz Solicitors in 1992. He has a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from University College Cork, a Diploma in Legal Studies from Waterford Institute of Technology, and a Diploma in Property for Solicitors from the Law Society of Ireland.
Declan is a member of Wexford Bar Association, Wexford Chamber of Commerce, Better Business Breakfast Group, Dublin Solicitor’s Bar Association, and New Ross Rugby Club. He is married with two children and five grandchildren.
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However, where you submit a query to me through the “contact us” section of my Website or submit a form such as a registration for an account on my Website or to sign up for one of my Newsletters, I will ask you to provide certain information such as your Name and Email Address. If you do not provide this information I will not be in a position to process your request. Unsolicited Correspondence and Third-Party Data I may occasionally receive unsolicited correspondence from members of the public or Solicitors which contain personal data relating to Third Parties (“Third Parties Data”). I may process such Third-Party Data for the purpose of replying to correspondence, dealing with queries and complying with my Legal and Regulatory obligations. The Legal basis on which I process Third Party Data is that this is necessary for my legitimate interest in conducting my business and ensuring the proper management and functioning of Kelly Colfer Son & Poyntz. 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