Luke Curran & Co. is one of Ireland's longest established and most experienced legal firms. Since foundation in 1936 we have been practicising for over 80 years. Throughout this time the firm has provided legal guidance to private and commercial clients in all major areas of law in both Northern and Southern Ireland.
"Great Partnership – up there with the best!"
Luke Curran & Co provide a full range of family services including: divorce petition, judicial separation, financial settlement and property dispute.
Whether you're a first time buyer, moving house or a property investor we will offer a cost effective service tailored to your needs.
We have extensive experience in dealing in the Administration of Estates, Wills and Trusts. There are many complex issues that require expert legal advice.
We provide the best legal defence and support at Police Stations and Court. We prepare and strive for excellence in order to achieve a not-guilty verdict.
Legal support for: property purchase and sale, negotiating terms of lease between Landlord and Tenant, joint venture agreements and raising finance.
A range of services including company formation, the sale of businesses, shareholders agreement, confidentiality and joint venture agreements.
Whether it is a Liquor, Entertainment or Gambling Licence we have experts at hand to assist at Court.
Recovering your debt through Letters of Claim, Court Proceedings, Enforcement of Judgement or Statutory Demand and Bankruptcy or Winding-up Petition
Luke Curran & Co. are proud to announce its sponsorship of Newry Rugby Club U18 Team
We operate and offer legal advice on all areas of law in both the North and South of Ireland for clients residing on either side of the border.
If you're in the process of moving house, we provide a service with up front quotations and reductions for first-time buyers.
Advice for cross-borders traders: InterTradeIreland is providing finacial assistance for carrying out cross border business.
When involved in an RTC, it is essential that you know to 'always contact your Solicitor first', immediately after the accident.
It is best to answer questions about wills before it is too late. Take the opportunity to decide what will happen after your day and who shall benefit.