John Hickey joined Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan in October 2006 and became Partner in the firm in 2014. John heads up the Private Client Department, specialising in conveyancing, probate and agricultural law. Prior to joining the firm, John worked as a trainee and qualified in a New Ross law firm.
John heads up the Private Client Department where he specialises in residential, commercial and agricultural property and probate law. John advises a wide range of clients on the purchase and sale of property, the drafting of Wills and the administering of estates.
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
Member Law Society of Ireland
John is a graduate of the University of Limerick.
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GDPR - What You Need To Know
Whilst Data Protection legislation is nothing new, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which comes into effect on 25 May 2018 - puts in place new and rigorous requirements for organisations and how they handle the personal data of EU citizens. It gives new and enhanced powers to the Data Protection Commissioner, and provides for costly fines to penalise non-compliance.Read More
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For couples choosing surrogacy as a means to have a child, there can be many hurdles to overcome and issues to work through. One issue that arises time and again for intended mothers (the person who enters into a surrogacy arrangement with a surrogate mother to carry and deliver a child for them) in Ireland is that of leave - whether that is maternity leave, adoptive leave or parental leave.