Address: 16 North Main Street, Naas, County Kildare
Tel No: 045 897784
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am – 5:30pm
The address of our Naas office is 16 North Main, Street Naas, Co Kildare, W91 V0FV. We are located next to the EBS Bank in Naas, across from St David Church, about 100 yards from Naas Town Hall and about 200 yards from Naas Court House. When we initially opened our Naas Office, on the 13th June 1980, we were located at 14 North Main Street Naas. However, in the mid-90s we moved to our current location at 16 North Main Street Naas, County Kildare, W91 V0FV.
Naas is a vibrant town, with a growing population of well over twenty thousand people. Naas is also conveniently located to and easily accessible from Sallins, Newbridge, Clane, Kildare Town, Carlow, Portlaoise, Athy, Blessington, Celbridge, Kilcock, Kilcullen, Leixlip & Maynooth, which makes it a perfect location to base our offices.
Given the firm’s large Personal Injury, Medical Negligence and Family Law practice, it is also important that our offices are located near Naas Court House. All Circuit Court litigation cases, for the entire of Kildare, are heard at Naas Court House. As a lot of our solicitors are regularly in Naas Court, it is essential that our offices are conveniently located. All the pillar banks also have branches in Naas, and being located adjacent to them, greatly assists are large conveyancing and property practice.
All of our solicitors are very active in the community. The office has a proud affiliation with Naas Rugby Club, Tony Hanahoe Solicitor, being a past president. The firm is also a very active member of Kildare Chamber of Commerce, whose offices are based in Naas, with Luke Hanahoe Solicitor, being it’s current President.
Disclaimer: You should note that no solicitor/client relationship or duty of care or liability of any nature shall exist or be deemed to exist between Hanahoe and Hanahoe Solicitors and you until you have received a written letter of engagement from us in which we confirm our appointment as Solicitors. In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.