Gary O’Sullivan Solicitor
Gary O’Sullivan helps families plan financially for the future and look after theaffairs of people who have died. Gary also helps people buy and sell property with a focus on convenience for our clients. Gary advises employers and employees on their rights and obligations.
Gary O’Sullivan is the head of the Wills, Probate and Estate Administration department and the Employment Law department. Gary is a member of the international Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners with extensive experience in helping clients plan their farm transfers, wills and enduring powers of attorney as well as looking after the affairs of people who have died. Gary O’Sullivan is from and lives in Kinsale, Co. Cork.
Treasa Howell Solicitor
Senior Associate Solicitor – Head of Litigation
Treasa Howell is a Senior Associate Solicitor and the Head of Litigation at SOS Legal. Treasa provides expert legal advice to our clients throughout Ireland on how best to resolve disputes and litigation. Treasa moved to SOS Legal following the sale of her successful Dublin Law Firm where she held the position of Principal Solicitor for 10 years.
Acting in the role of Principal Solicitor she significantly developed her legal knowledge and experience of all general practice areas and in particular Litigation helping clients come to successful resolutions of their cases.
Treasa practiced in all general practice areas from litigation (personal injury law, medical negligence law, employment law and general litigation), property law, landlord and tenant law, probate, administrative law, company law, family law and more.
As Head of Litigation in her previous role she became an experienced negotiator and a well-regarded Senior Litigation Solicitor. Treasa gained diverse advocacy experience in the District Courts in Family, Criminal and Civil matters and also in the Circuit Court. She is experienced in running high profile cases, instructing and attending Counsel in all Courts within the jurisdiction up to and including the Supreme Court. She is also an experienced family law Solicitor and regularly moved applications before the County Registrars and Dublin Circuit Family Law Courts.
Treasa has a strong focus on continuous professional development and has completed a number of important Legal Professional Certificates at the Law Society of Ireland:
- Certificate in Commercial Contracts
- Certificate in Company Secretarial Practice
- Certificate in Data Protection Law and Practice
- Certificate in Technology Law
As a solicitor, Treasa has developed a keen interest in advising clients on Environmental, Energy and Planning Law. Her undergraduate degree is in Environmental Science from Trinity College Dublin. She completed the Law Society’s MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Environmental Law and Climate Change: Shaping a Greener Future in 2021. Most recently she completed a Law Society of Ireland Diploma in Environmental and Planning Law in 2021/2022. She is interested in all things Environmental and enjoys finding solutions for clients in this important and often complex area.
If you are involved in a dispute or litigation and would like some advice from a vastly experienced litigation solicitor, you can contact Treasa directly and she will be happy to help you understand your options.
Clodagh O’Gorman, our Paralegal, joined SOS Legal in 2021. Clodagh is from New Inn, Co. Tipperary and plays Camogie and Ladies Football with Rockwell Rovers.
After completing a Criminal Justice degree at the University of Limerick, Clodagh then went on to study Law. She is currently completing the FE1 examinations to become a Trainee Solicitor.
Clodagh is experienced at guiding you through the property buying and selling processes. She also has experience in assisting on litigation matters such as employment law, personal injuries and property disputes.
You can contact Clodagh directly if you would like help in any of these areas and she will be happy to help you.
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