At Hoban Boino our number one priority is representing our clients to the very highest of legal standards. We have the built up a wealth of knowledge in dealing with the individual needs of our clients over the last seven years.
We will always keep you fully informed and updated as to what stage of the legal process you are involved in. We do this by touching base with our clients on a regular basis either in face to face meetings, or where this is not possible over the phone and via e-mail.
During the initial consultation process we will fully inform you of all the related costs and charges that you will incur during your legal proceedings.
The commitment and attention that we show to our clients is reflected in the close working relationships that we build with our clients during all our dealings with them.
At Hoban Boino, we appreciate the fact that many of our clients choose to return to us for legal advice and assistance on a repeated basis, and we feel that this fact demonstrates the level of satisfaction that those that choose to engage us to act on their behalf have in our abilities.
The law can often be viewed as a difficult and frustrating system to deal with. That is why at Hoban & Boino, we put our clients first and are beside them every step of the way.
Ok so you looked at several legal firms in Ireland and you ask yourself the question which firm should you engage to deal with your legal issues and problems.
We at Hoban Boino can answer that question for you in one word, Us!Call us today and we will start working for your best interests from day one.
Our central Dublin location makes us ideal for clients that are perhaps only in Ireland for a short period of time, and our experience and expertise really separates us from a crowded profession.
So whatever your legal requirements may be, you have found the right legal practice to deal with your specific needs.
At Hoban Boino, we see the individual behind every case and with our in-depth consultation method we are able to fully understand the real life issues surrounding the legal ones. Everything we do is centred on the best interests of our clients and our expertise in dealing with a wide variety of Irish law makes us the best choice for you to trust with your legal requirements.
We look forward to hearing from you soon...
Joanne comes from a varied background having studied History and Politics in UCD studying for a Masters Degree in 2004. Joanne trained with the Firm of Frank Ward and Company qualifying as a Solicitor in 2001 and continued to work in General Practice for a number of years before founding her Practice JC Hoban & Company in January 2005. Joanne has been involved in all areas of general practice from Litigation to Family Law and Probate. She has a very keen interest in Family Law with particular reference to Child Law, Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution. She also advises older Clients and small and medium sized businesses in relation to their establishment and ongoing legal matters.
Krystian obtained my masters degree from University of Wroclaw, Poland in 2003. Between 2003 and 2006 Krystian completed a judge’s apprenticeship in Poland and successfully passed exams which entitle him to apply for judge vacancies in Poland. Krystian is also a qualified Polish solicitor (Radca Prawny) since January 2007 and fully qualified Irish Solicitor since January 2013. Krystian is the only such lawyer from Poland registered in Ireland having full professional qualifications in both jurisdictions. Krystian has been practicing in Ireland since October 2006 firstly with William Crean & Co Solicitors. Later he joined JC Hoban & Company Solicitors in October 2007 before establishing Hoban Boino Solicitors partnership with Joanne. Krystian advises both Irish and Polish clients. He specializes in personal injury litigation and employment law and also advises clients in wide range of aspects of Polish law regarding wills and property.
Debbie Millar has over 12 years experience in the legal sector dealing in all areas. Her workload consists mainly of commercial and residential conveyancing, personal injury, litigation with a special interest in family law. Prior to joining Hoban Boino Debbie has worked in a number of Law Firms and has come highly recommended from each one. Her present role allows for very hands on approach and in the past two years has allowed her to expand her experience in the Litigation sector which she operates with extreme efficiency whilst maintaining a high level of understanding. She has extensive experience in handling Personal Injury, Debt Collection, Enforcement of Foreign Judgments files. Debbie has developed a very professional and workable relationship with her colleagues and Barristers and is an invaluable asset in assisting with Court cases in the District, Circuit and High Court. Her dedicated approach to each and every client facilitates and nurtures a relationship of trust and respect which results in a very productive and successful outcome.
Siobhan joined the firm in February 2015, having previously worked in legal for ten years. She is a graduate of Dublin Institute of Technology and in 2008 obtained a Diploma in Legal Studies from the Institute of Commercial Management, London. She has extensive experience in conveyancing and probate. Throughout the years she has dealt with all manner of conveyancing transactions from new builds, second hand homes to dealing with Receivers, acting for Local Authorities and review of title for Auction. She also has vast experience in title rectification and a special interest in complex title review, possessory applications and first registration. Under the supervision of Joanne, deals with the day to day running of sales, purchase and re-mortgages, from initial instruction to completion. With her approach Siobhan ensures that problems are dealt with efficiently which enable matters to complete in a timely manner. In Probate, she has dealt with straight forward executor applications to intestate applications, foreign domicile applications and dealing with wills in a foreign language.
Monika joined our office in August 2012. She is a Polish native and She works for both Irish & Polish clients mainly in the area of personal injuries, litigation and employment law as well as general office administration. Monika attended various training courses including: Fetac Level 5 Office and Clerical Skills, Law Society Professional training for legal secretaries and Legal Practice Procedures with Legal Training Services. She has also recently commenced Advanced Diploma in Legal Studies in Dublin Business School. Monika also looks after the financial side ensuring financial ledgers are properly maintained. With her openness she is always available at the end of the line to assist Clients with any queries they may have.