About Boyce Kelly Solicitors LLP
We are a modern, friendly and dynamic practice with a client centred approach – our motto is that ‘we are here to help’ and that is what we strive to do each day for our clients.
Etain Boyce is the managing partner and partner in charge of litigation. She has 17 years of experience as a qualified solicitor, dealing with personal injury* cases, employment law cases, family law and other general court cases. She specialises in helping people who have been genuinely injured getting the compensation that they deserve*.
Etain’s clients say that she is approachable and empathetic towards them but tough in securing the best outcome and that she works tirelessly for her clients. Etain is from and lives in Downings, Co Donegal. She is married to Brian and they have two daughters. She enjoys reading and yoga.
Catherine Anne Kelly is the partner in charge of conveyancing, wills and probate. She qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and since then she has developed a reputation for excellence in conveyancing. She deals with buying and selling houses and sites, transferring farms, rights of way and easement problems, claims for adverse possession, drafting wills and extracting Grants of Probate. Catherine Anne specialises in fixing complicated title problems and her clients say that she is patient, that she listens to her clients and is understanding of their needs, they say she is persistent in solving her clients issues. Her clients are extremely satisfied with the service she provides.
Catherine Anne lives in Carrigart, Co Donegal with her husband Pete and her two sons. She enjoys walking and reading
We handle the following areas of law:
- Personal Injury*
- Commercial law
- Employment law*
- Family Law
- Wills and Probate
- Medical Negligence
- Nursing Home Negligence
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*In contentious business, a legal practitioner shall not charge any amount in respect of legal costs expressed as a percentage or proportion of any damages (or other moneys) that may become payable to his or her client or purport to set out the legal costs to be charged to a junior counsel as a specified percentage or proportion of the legal costs paid to a senior counsel. A legal practitioner shall not without the prior written agreement of his or her client deduct or appropriate any amount in respect of legal costs from the amount of any damages or moneys that become payable to the client in respect of legal services that the legal practitioner provided to the client.
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