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W.X. White Solicitors is a well-established law firm in Portlaoise, County Laois.
We have been representing clients for in excess of thirty years providing a wide range of legal services.
We are a client focused legal practice, providing extensive legal advice to both private and commercial clients.
Our Practice areas are:
Personal Injuries* / Accident Claims
Property Law / Residential And Commercial
Wills & Probate
Commissioner For Oaths
W. X. White Solicitors has extensive experience in the area of personal injuries/ accident claims. Whether you have been involved in a road traffic accident, a work related accident, or whether you suffered injury as a result of medical negligence or while in a public place, you may be entitled to compensation.
In Ireland, it is necessary for all personal injury* claims (bar a few notable exceptions, e.g. medical negligence claims, assault claims, etc.) to be filed with the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB). The process of filing a claim with the injuries board can be confusing, which is why we are here to help. Our expert personal injury solicitors will guide you through the process of preparing and filing your claim to ensure you receive your full entitlement.
We are pleased to say that leading engineers, surgeons, barristers and a host of other eminent experts have strong links with our law firm. As well as looking after your injury compensation claim, we can also put you in touch with leading medical experts who can provide detailed reports.
Road Traffic Accident Claims
Accident At Work Claims
Public Liability Claims
W.X. White Solicitors has extensive experience in the area of property law (conveyancing) and can advise on the purchasing or selling of all types of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties.
We have a long standing reputation in providing legal services to the farming community. We have worked with farmers and land owners and other agricultural businesses advising on a wide range of legal matters pertaining to farm sales, purchases and leasing as well as wills and succession planning.
No matter how complex the transaction, our experienced property solicitors can will be able to provide expert legal advice and support to ensure you don’t end up paying more in the long run.
Buying and Selling Houses, Agricultural Land, Hotels, Pubs
Industrial and Commercial Properties
Lease and Tenancy Agreements
Preparing a will is a simple, fast and inexpensive process that will protect the interests of your family and loved ones in the event of your passing. W.X. White Solicitors can assist you in setting up a will and can provide expert legal advice on other matters involving wills, probate and estate planning.
There are many benefits in making your own will:
Protection And Provision For Your Family
You Choose Who Looks After Your Funeral And Your Affairs
Allows For The Continuity Of A Business Or Farming Enterprise
Wills Are Confidential Until Your Death
We offer advice on:
Family law can be a difficult area, as no two cases are ever the same. Our skilled family law solicitors take an individual approach to each family law case, carefully taking the time to understand our clients’ needs and the needs of their families. We have successfully resolved many separation, divorce and child law cases for husbands, wives, fathers and mothers.
Our Family Law services include the following:
Application for Divorce
Application for Judicial Separation
Application for Protection/Safety/ Barring Orders
W.X. White Solicitors has a long history of success in assisting clients with matters relating to employment law. We are well-versed in all aspects of Irish employment law. Our employment law solicitors can provide expert legal advice on employment contracts, employment termination, unfair dismissals and redundancy, work place equality and discrimination.
Our Employment Law services include the following:
Contracts of Employment
Bullying and Harassment
Personal Injury at Work
W.X. White Solicitors are registered as Commissioner for Oaths to verify affidavits and swear legal and other documents.
You may require the services of a Commissioner for Oaths if:
You have to give evidence on affidavit for court proceedings in Ireland
You are making an affirmation, declaration, acknowledgement, examination or attestation during court proceedings
You are seeking to register documents
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.