Welcome to Stone Solicitors in Wexford
Established in 1992 and based on the Main Street in Wexford town, we are a niche Legal Practice providing specialised legal services in specific areas-principally Commercial, Litigation, Family Law, Probate and Residential and Commercial property.
We provide practical, sensible and easy to understand legal advice to corporate /commercial and private clients. We pride ourselves on our accessibility, our personal client focused approach, our technical knowledge and experience and our practical approach to problem solving.
We believe that quality of advice and superior client care marks us out from many of our competitors.
A majority of our work comes from repeat business and recommendations and we do not take this for granted and continually strive to improve our service. We invite you to browse our website to find out more about the services which we provide.
Whether your legal requirements are personal or commercial, we have the skills, experience and expertise to deliver client specific solutions at a competitive price.
We look forward to meeting with you.
DEATH IN THE FAMILY- SOME LEGAL ISSUES April 2013
My elderly aunt died recently. She did not have a Will. She was unmarried and had no children. My father is her only surviving sibling – she did have another brother but he died a few years ago and he has children( my cousins). She owned her own house and she had an account with the Credit Union and some accounts with other banks. One of the accounts is in joint names with my father. She also had a life insurance policy. How do we sort out her affairs?
THE PERSONAL INSOLVENCY ACT 2012 - February 2013
The Personal Insolvency Act 2012 became law in Ireland on the 26th December 2012 and provides a dramatic change to debt arrangements in Ireland.
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS October 2012
Q I am about to open a new business and plan to recruit 2 full time employees at first. Do I have to prepare contracts of employment for them?
Make your will NOW. September 2012
In simple terms a will sets out what is to be done with your assets when you die and who is to benefit.