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Personal Insolvency Act

The Personal Insolvency Act is being published by the Government today, 29th June 2012, and will be seen as good news by the many hundreds of thousands of people in debt. Fergal Browne & Co will provide a detailed summary of the bill later today.

Personal Insolvency and Debt Recovery Solicitors

Fergal Browne & Co. is a progressive Legal Firm in Carlow and has been delivering quality legal services since it was founded in May 2003. The service driven approach which this firm offers gives every client the security and reassurance of knowing that they are dealing with a specialist firm that has the ability to ensure that all matters are dealt with efficiently and to the clients satisfaction.

Fergal Browne, the Principal of the Firm, studied Commerce at University College Galway and obtained a Batchelor of Commerce Degree. Thereafter he studied Law at University College Galway and obtained a Batchelor of Laws Degree and was admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland in 1999.

Fergal Browne has developed expertise in both Personal Insolveny law and Debt Recovery law as well as Civil Litigation and Personal Injury law. Fergal Browne has an established reputation of acting for a number of top national and internatinoal Clients in both the recovery of debt and debt settlement procedures and this firm will play a pivotal role in entering into debt settlement arrangements on behalf of borrows from Lending Institutions, with the introduction of the Personal Insolveny Bill.

Fergal also advised extensively on Landlord and Tenant issues and secured finance.

Accounts Recovery and Debt Settlement

Fergal Browne & Co specialises in Debt Recovery and Personal Insolvency. We act for Local Authorites, The Health Servive Executive and large private national and  International Clients.

We also advise Client who find themselves in a postion where they are unable to repay their debt and provide a mediation service on their behalf.

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