Tim Kiely

Contact Information

Telephone056 772 1063

Emailtkiely@pkhl.ie

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Overview

Tim Kiely is a Partner in the Litigation Department of Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan. He has over 20 years of experience with the firm, combining extensive conveyancing and probate work, as well as litigation and family law, with a wealth of litigation and courts work at all levels of the courts system.

Specialisms

Tim has extensive experience in dealing with complex probate and family law cases, including regular matters which require both disciplines simultaneaosly. He is also expert in various aspects of civil litigation, involving Circuit and High Court cases and the Employment Appeals tribunal.

Tim represents the Child and Family Agency in Court Applications across the South East region. To this often challenging work he brings a care and sensitivity that is equally as important as the legal expertise required. He also acts as the State Coroner for County Kilkenny.

Professional Affiliations/Membership

Member Law Society of Ireland

Education

Tim obtained a BA in University College Galway, and a post graduate diploma in law in the Dublin Institute of Technology.

He holds a Law Society of Ireland diploma in Estate Planning.

Interesting Fact

Tim is President of Kilkenny Rugby Club, and is also a member of the Kilkenny Pieta House Committee.

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