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Thorpe & Taaffe, Dublin, Ireland

The firm of Thorpe & Taaffe (formerly Tony Taaffe & Co) was established in 1975.

We are an Irish full-service general practice law firm and accident claim specialists. 

Thorpe & Taaffe solicitors provides a comprehensive range of legal services to corporate, public and private clients in Ireland and have earned a strong reputation for handling complex mandates, providing strategic advice and representing clients in low and high value litigation.

We focus on providing high quality advice and expertise in civil litigation, property and family law and our professionals work in a committed, energetic and specialist teams environment recognised for our dedication to the client.

Thorpe & Taaffe is a modern and progressive law firm with a long tradition of legal service excellence dating back to 1975. The firm has a strong service ethos and builds and maintains long-standing client relationships. We strive to provide an efficient and friendly service and our high levels of employee loyalty ensure that our clients get the benefits of continuity and commitment from their legal advisers.

As our client, your needs are paramount – that is the cornerstone of our philosophy.

Our services include the following:


Personal injury claims and Succession law disputes


Including separation, divorce, child support, spousal maintenance, custody and access.


Including wills and administration and distribution of estates.


Buying, selling, transferring property to a family member, re-mortgaging and co-ownership agreements.


Mortgaging and re-mortgaging of commercial and residential property, commercial property and leases, development of sites for sale/re-sale.

Family Law

Family Law is a very important, very sensitive and unfortunately often very contentious area of legal practice. The breakdown of any relationship is hugely difficult for the parties concerned preventing meaningful communication and beneficial negotiation.

Wills & Probate

Should I make a will? This is a common question which Thorpe Taaffe is asked on a daily basis. The short answer is yes, making a will is a simple straight forward means of catering for your wishes in the case of your death.

Personal Injury Claims.

Accidents happen every day, in all walks of life. Every year in Ireland thousands of people are injured through no fault of their own.

Latest News

19th April 2024

Man who left estate ‘of a considerable value’ to second wife declared in will that he had already provided for his children

Two children of a man who decided he had provided for them during his lifetime and then left most of his considerable estate to his second wife claim their father failed to make proper provision for them in his will.
9th May 2022

Gardaí settle High Court action over false arrest of man in Finglas

The Garda and the State have settled an action for false arrest over what the High Court heard was a case of mistaken identity.