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Keith Winick joined Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan in 2014 as a legal executive in the conveyancing and private client department.
In the decade prior to that, Keith worked for McGonagle Solicitors and Smith Foy & Partners, gaining considerable experience in a broad range of legal fields, including conveyancing, criminal law, licensing, family law and probate.
Since joining the firm Keith has specialised in residential conveyancing and probate, advising a broad range of clients.
Keith holds a law degree from Trinity College Dublin.
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28 June 2018
Proposed Legislation for Same Sex Couples Welcomed
Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan is pleased to report that the Minister for Health, Simon Harris has received approval from the Irish Cabinet to draft legislation allowing female same-sex couples to be registered as the legal parents of their donor-conceived child.Read More
21 June 2018
Sale Agreed? How To Keep Your House Move Running Smoothly
With activity returning to the Irish property market over the last few years, more and more people are beginning to think about moving house.Read More
7 June 2018
Cohabitation Disputes - What Are Your Rights?
Ireland as a nation is changing and the traditional view of marriage, family and 2.4 children is less popular than it once was. As a consequence of this major shift in the nation’s psyche, more and more people in Ireland are living together as unmarried couples.Read More