For over 110 years, DND Law (Charity Solicitors in Dublin) have been at the forefront of developments in the Legal Profession in Northern Ireland
DND Law’s (Charity Solicitors in Dublin) focus is to deliver superior levels of service, building relationships that grow over time and developing specialist knowledge to help DND Law’s (Charity Solicitors in Dublin) clients achieve their goals.
With offices in Newry, Castlewellan and Dublin, DND Law (Charity Solicitors in Dublin) offer legal services both to Businesses and Private individuals both in Northern Ireland and the in the Republic of Ireland.
For Private clients services include Wills, Family Law, Employment Law, Conveyancing, Probate, Claims and other Litigation.
DND Law (Charity Solicitors in Dublin) have particular expertise in many areas of law for Commercial clients such as Property Development, Land Acquisition, Employment Law, Banking and Finance.
For more information DND Law’s (Charity Solicitors in Dublin) services then please call 028 302 64611.
THE THIRD SECTOR:
Not for profit organisations are a key third sector of our economy with specific challenging and evolving needs particularly in the areas of competition, procurement, administrative, corporate governance, property and employment law.
WHAT WE DO:
We act for charities, housing associations and local groups on incorporation, constitution, corporate governance, employment, procurement, mergers, collaborations, joint ventures, trading subsidiaries, cy-pres schemes, charitable objects and the leasing acquisition and disposal of property. We also advise on the roles, responsibilities and liabilities of trustees, board and committee members, officers and directors.
If my you have any questions and want an immediate response please contact our Mr Kevin Neary who is happy to answer your questions by return of email to email@example.com.
We are committed to helping you meet the challenges of being a modern charity by providing an excellent range of Charity Law services.
We offer the highest quality service to clients, complemented by a real commitment to relationship-based working.
WE CAN ADVISE ON:
Duties and responsibilities;
As Charity Law solicitors we take a flexible approach to your needs and tailor our services accordingly. Some clients choose to use us to address a wide variety of issues, almost like in-house lawyers. We provide them with advice on matters as diverse as to remunerate a trustee, protecting a charity logo, or entering into a fund-raising agreement with a commercial entity.
Other charities may employ in-house legal staff or receive assistance from NICVA and therefore only call on our services on an ad hoc basis. In these cases we happily provide advice and support in relation to special projects, such as a review of governing documentation to reflect changes in law and best practice, or making arrangements for a joint project with another charity.
However you prefer to work, we do all that we can to add value to your organisation.
We have a high degree of empathy for the charity sector, and can provide advice on areas including:
Buying and selling property;
Funding and coaching;
Mentoring and training.
We undertake a wide variety of work for social enterprises – from advice on the right legal structure through to drafting or advising on procurement issues and contracts, employment advice, property, and dispute resolution.
Public service provision is going through a sea change. All across the public sector, groups of providers are being encouraged to “go it alone” by forming separate social enterprises, often taking cooperative or mutual form. In GB
The Localism bill includes a “right to provide” which will apply to all kinds of public services.
If you are on this journey, many questions will come up along the way:
What is the best legal structure to choose?
What happens to employment and pension rights?
What about our offices and our equipment?
The process is a challenging one but we can guide you through the minefield.
We are ready to help you, whether you are a local authority or other public body looking to “externalise” a service, or a group of employees looking to form a new social enterprise.