Clare O’Shea O’Neill – Bio
Clare O’Shea-O’Neill joined the role of solicitors with the Law Society of Ireland 2003. She went on to establish O’Shea-O’Neill Solicitors was established in 2007. She holds honours Bachelors and Masters degrees in Law from University College Cork.
Clare’s first love is in the area of Family Law. She works hard to demystify the court process for her clients and is acutely aware that this can be a very stressful time for people. She is a member of the Family Lawyers Association.
With considerable experience dealing with separation, divorce, dissolution of same sex marriages and long term relationships where marriage has not been entered into, Clare is well versed in access, custody and guardianship issues.
Clare also works for the Mental Health Commission representing persons who are involuntarily detained in psychiatric units. This advocacy role, that developed in parallel to her own firm, has confirmed her conviction that empathy and respect must serve as the bedrock of all client relationships.
Clare has always worked in general practice and brings a wealth of experience in personal injury, general litigation, conveyancing, will and probate, and enduring powers of attorney to her work.
She has taught law at UCC, Griffith College Cork and the Law Society of Ireland.