The History of MKM Solicitors

MKM Solicitors, as they are now known, commenced as a legal practice in 1957.  The founding partner was Hugh Desmond Murray who set up a practice initially in Arthur Street, Belfast.  Although Desmond was a Bangorian the practice originally operated mainly from Belfast as a criminal and litigation practice.   In the late 1960s, because of … Read more

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About us

A dedicated team of solicitors proudly serving Bangor & surrounding areas for over 60 years. We are proud to say that we do things differently. We take a friendly, personal and down-to-earth approach to finding the right solution for you. We listen to what you want, understand what you need and give you clear, concise … Read more


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“Do I really need to get a survey?”

This is an often asked question by a purchaser of a residential property whether they are first time buyers or an experienced purchaser.  There is really only one answer that a purchaser solicitor can give to this question and that is a resounding “yes”. That applies every time the question is asked and is also … Read more

Frontloading Residential Conveyancing

In recent months a new ‘buzz’ word has evolved in the conveyancing fraternity, that of ‘front-loading’ the residential conveyancing process. In an effort to reduce delay and to try to resolve issues early in property transactions, it is felt that the initial requirements placed upon the Vendor’s Solicitor should be dealt with as soon as … Read more

‘A New Dawn’ for residential conveyancing NI

Proposed improvements in residential conveyancing NI to make buying and selling your house faster and more transparent, by reducing administrative inefficiencies and unnecessary delays. A Joint Memorandum between Estate Agents and Property Solicitors will bring a better understanding of who does what and when give more clarity to the respective roles and responsibility of estate … Read more

Defective Title Indemnity Insurance in the Residential Property Market

In recent years I have noticed an increase in the number of applications we have had to make to obtain Defective Title Indemnity (DTI) insurance.  DTI cover is an Insurance Policy which provides cover for various problems that arise in residential or commercial transactions.  In fact the most interesting trend in the last few years … Read more