CKT – Comyn Kelleher Tobin Solicitors
Comyn Kelleher Tobin is a firm established in the provision of expert legal services to healthcare clients (including the Child and Family Agency and the HSE) and has a reputation for delivering a high quality service in a cost effective fashion for almost 40 years. CKT is one of the top ranked Legal Healthcare specialist firms in Ireland, and with offices in Dublin and Cork, CKT is resourced to provide services to clients nationally.
Family Lawyers Association of Ireland
The Family Lawyers Association seeks to promote the highest standards in the practice of family law; to seek improvements in legislative provisions and administrative procedures concerning family law; to operate as a forum for professionals who practice family law and to provide information and education regarding family law and as to how it is administered. The Association is the premier representative Association for family Lawyers with membership open to all practising Barristers and Solicitors.
International Family Law Group
iFLG is a specialist law firm, based in London, looking after international and national families. iFLG handles a plethora of financial and forum matters linked to a relationship breakdown and matters relating to children (child relocation, abduction, adoption, surrogacy, contact and residence issues).
As accredited international family law specialists iFLG regularly receives instructions from foreign lawyers concerning matters in England and Wales. iFLG is also regularly instructed by ICACU (Central Authority for England and Wales), to provide expert evidence in family cases and we also provide expert evidence abroad in family cases. For more information visit www.iflg.uk.com.
Tusla – Child and Family Agency
On the 1st of January 2014 Tusla became an independent legal entity and now operates under the Child and Family Agency Act of 2013.
Tusla is a dedicated State Agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of child protection, early intervention and family support services ever undertaken in Ireland.
It brings together a range of services and agencies including child protection and welfare services, the Family Support Agency and the National Educational Welfare Board, some psychological services and a range of services in relation to domestic, sexual and gender based violence.
For more information see www.tusla.ie