Helen Sweeney

Helen Sweeney

Solicitor

IFSC, Dublin

Tel: +353 (0) 1 670 2990
Fax: +353 (0) 1 670 2988

Email: hsweeney@mckr.ie

Experience

Helen Sweeney is a Solicitor in the Commercial and Residential Property Department at McKeever Solicitors. She has a broad range of experience across all commercial and residential real estate matters, including large scale acquisitions, portfolio acquisitions and disposals (assets and loans) and commercial landlord and tenant matters. She assists the Insolvency Team in reviewing security, investigation of titles and drafting deeds of appointment of Receivers.

Helen has experience in acting for financial institutions in enforcing their security, including the sale of properties by financial institutions as mortgagee in possession and the appointment of receivers. She assists the Litigation Team with property matters subsequent and pertinent to litigation by registering judgment mortgages and attending the Examiners Court regarding Court sales.

Professional Bodies

Law Society of Ireland

Law Society of England & Wales

Education

Dublin City University Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)

Trinity College Dublin Masters in Law (LLM)

Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland

Admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales

Law Society of Ireland Diploma in Insolvency & Corporate Restructuring

Law Society of Ireland Certificate Legal Ethics

Recently Authored

10 Steps to Buying a House

24 November 2017

McKeever Solicitors co-hosted a Mortgage Information seminar with Bank of Ireland at our offices in 5 Harbourmaster Place on the 24th November 2017. Following a presentation by Bank of Ireland mortgage team, our guests had the opportunity to discuss the conveyancing process with our property team. The following is a number of guidelines for first time buyers on purchasing a property.

What is an Enduring Power of Attorney and do I need one?

18 January 2017

An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is a document that allows you to plan for the management of your future in the event that you become mentally incapacitated e.g. by way of stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s etc. An EPA enables you to choose a person that you trust to manage your personal and financial affairs.