Fiona Kelly is the Principal of Fiona Kelly Solicitors who is qualified to practice in Ireland, Northern Ireland and in England and Wales. Fiona Kelly, Solicitor is from Letterkenny and a graduate of Letterkenny Institute of Technology where she graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Legal Studies with Taxation. She worked as a Law Clerk in general practices in Mayo and Ramelton and Letterkenny. Fiona qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and completed an Internship in the Legal Aid Board and worked in general practices in Milford and Letterkenny prior to opening her own practice. We offer a personal, affordable, professional, effective and efficient service aimed at reducing any client stress arising from a court case or legal transaction. Communicating with you quickly and effectively is very important to us. Once you contact us by telephone or by e-mail you will get a speedy response from us as we strive to keep all our clients up to date on their files.
- Agricultural Law
- Probate, Taxation and Succession Planning
- Enduring Power of Attorney
- General Power of Attorney
- Personal Injuries Claims*/ Medical Negligence*/ Civil Litigation*
- Family Law
- Employment Law
- Debt Collection
- Business Start Up
- Swearing of Documents
Quality Service Statement
This firm is committed to ensuring a quality service to all our clients
We will observe the utmost confidentiality with regard to your affairs.
We will be courteous in all our dealings with you.
Your legal options
We will explain your legal options and the procedures involved clearly to you to assist you make the best decisions about your affairs both initially and as the matter progresses.
We will give you information in writing about our own and other charges in accordance with legislation.
Once agreed instructions have been accepted, we will progress your affairs efficiently.
We will keep you informed of the progress of your affairs on an ongoing basis. Where information is not immediately available we will send you an interim reply. We will respond quickly to your letters and telephone calls. We will inform you of any developments which will significantly affect your transactions with us.
If you give us money to make a payment on your behalf or we receive money on your behalf we will hold this money strictly in accordance with the Solicitors Accounts Regulations.
If you make a written complaint to us your file will be reviewed and a written reply will be issued to you.