Welcome To Swaine Solicitors LLP Galway

Swaine Solicitors LLP, Galway, was founded by Owen Swaine in 2004. Since then our team of expert solicitors has handled thousands of legal cases and our solicitors have vast experience in the local courts in Galway, as well as the higher courts in Dublin. Swaine Solicitors LLP specialize in all areas of the law, including Personal Injury Law, Litigation, Employment Law, Probate, Family Law, Banking, Conveyancing & Education Law.

Swaine Solicitors LLP is authorised by The Legal Services Regulatory Services pursuant to section 125 of the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015 to operate as a Limited Liability Partnership.

Swaine Solicitors LLP ethos is to work with you – for you. We are committed to providing an affordable, unparalleled legal experience that achieves the best results, whilst making sure that you understand the legal process you’re going through.
We offer legal services through Irish

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Why Choose Swaine Solicitors LLP

  • We will provide you with a solution driven legal service so as the achieve the best possible result.
  • We will provide you with a quality legal service at affordable prices.
  • We will issue you a quotation in advance for our solicitor services and if appropriate agree a fixed fee.
  • We are committed to progressing your matter as efficiently as possible.
  • We will fully explain the law to you and each procedure and stage in the process.
  • We review all files on a monthly basis so as to ensure that your file is being progressed efficiently.
  • We guarantee that you will be kept up to date on the progress of your legal case.
  • We are always improving and updating all aspects of our legal services to include personnel, technology and our internal procedures.
  • We will facilitate you by meeting you out of office hours.

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