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Residential and Commercial Property
Simon joined Murray Kelly Moore Solicitors in 1984 and has been involved with the property committees of the Law Society for over 20 years. He was a council member of the Law Society for five years.
Simon has been a lecturer and tutor with the Institute of Professional legal studies for 25 years.
Simon is a regular speaker on conveyancing and risk management issues at Law Society seminars and is the Sub-editor of the folio magazine.
Simon was appointed a Notary Public in 2008.
Divorce; Ancillary Relief; Separation/Matrimonial Agreements; High Value Divorce Settlement;
Private Law Contact Disputes; Civil Litigation – Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents at work, Public Liability Claims.
Sinead graduated from QUB with a 2:1 in Law and Politics in 2001 and joined the roll of solicitors in Northern Ireland in 2006. She trained and worked for eight years in a general practice firm in Belfast.
Sinead joined Murray Kelly Moore Solicitors in February 2012 under the Matrimonial partner Doreen Kelly and gained invaluable experience in the more specialised field of Ancillary Relief and High Asset Value cases. Doreen retired in March 2017 and Sinead took over and now leads the busy and well established Matrimonial and Litigation department in Murray Kelly Moore.
Member of Society of Trust & Estates Practitioners.
Residential and Commercial Property.
Probate & Administration of Estates; Estate Planning; Trusts; Enduring Powers of Attorney; Controllership; Elderly Clients; Capacity Issues.
Andrew joined Murray Kelly Moore Solicitors in January 2021 having spent the previous 7 years in the Law Society of Northern Ireland in 2014 as Head of Policy. As part of that role in the Society, he was involved in the review of the Home Charter Scheme as Secretary to the Conveyancing & Property Committee and was also Secretary to the Non-Contentious Business Committee. Prior to that, he worked in two large commercial practices in Belfast.
Andrew is a frequent speaker at seminars on conveyancing and private client issues and writes for the Folio magazine on conveyancing issues and for the Journal of Elder Law and Capacity.
Separation; Divorce & Ancilliary Relief; Private Law Residence/Contact Disputes; Domestic Violence; Public Law Children’s proceedings ie Social Services involvement with families.
Lynne graduated from the University of Dundee with a 2:1 degree in Law in 1993. After qualifying as a Solicitor in 1995 Lynne entered into private practice and has specialised in matrimonial and family law for the past 25 years.
During that time, Lynne became a Member of the Law Society of Northern Ireland’s Children Order Panel of Solicitors then a member of the Guardian Ad Litem Solicitor’s Panel and served as a Council Member for the Law society of Northern Ireland for a year.
Over the past 25 years Lynne has specialised in family and matrimonial law.