About us

About the Firm

Joyce A. Good Hammond and Richard Hammond are partners in both their personal and professional lives.  They were married in 2006 and established Hammond Good Solicitors in late 2007.

The firm is a full-service legal practice covering all the major areas of civil and criminal law together with a number of niche specialisms.  Joyce and Richard believe that the best marketing comes from happy clients and as can be seen from the testimonials on this website, they have made a habit of making their clients happy through the provision of timely and comprehensive advice together with guidance and representation in court when required.  Naturally this service has a value for the firm’s clients and Hammond Good Solicitors is always upfront in relation to fees whether charging at the hourly rate or through the agreement of fixed fees where the work to be undertaken is quantifiable (exempli gratia conveyancing, Wills, district court work, etcetera).

 

Richard HammondRichard Hammond at a desk with a pen on a document.

Solicitor, European Trademark and Design Attorney, Trust & Estate Practitioner, Arbitrator, Mediator


Wills & Administration of Estates, Insolvency, Intellectual Property, Commercial Law, Not-For-Profit Organisations, Professional Regulation

Before establishing Hammond Good Solicitors, Richard worked for a number of years in the Business and Private Client teams with Reddy Charlton Solicitors in Dublin. Richard is a self-described “succession law enthusiast” who also specialises in insolvency and intellectual property with a strong interest in arbitration, mediation. He teaches regularly in these areas at the Law School of the Law Society of Ireland. In addition to these areas Richard undertakes all general litigation work in the Circuit Court, High Court and Supreme Court ranging from commercial disputes to extradition, and everything in between.

He is a member of the Council of the Law Society of Ireland and the Council of the Southern Law Association. He is involved in a number of committees of the Law Society of Ireland including the Probate, Administration & Trusts Committee of which he is currently Chairperson, the Gazette Editorial Board, the Education Committee, and the Professional Indemnity Committee of which he is currently Vice-Chairperson. Richard was previously President of the Union of Students in Ireland.

Richard’s clients include individual clients relating to Wills and Administration of Estates and general practice, companies, not-for-profit organisations, accountants, medical practitioners and transport operators. In respect of intellectual property (trademarks etcetera), insolvency and succession law Richard offers and advisory service directly to clients and to other solicitors. When not practising law Richard supports Cork G.A.A., Liverpool FC and Munster Rugby.
Richard may be contacted through richard@hgs.ie

 

JAGH-at-desk-260x315Joyce Good Hammond

Solicitor and Mediator


Property Transactions and Mortgaging, Personal Injury Litigation, District Court Summonses, Family Law, General Litigation

Before establishing Hammond Good Solicitors, Joyce worked for a number of years with a law firm in a provincial town in north County Meath. She has a particular interest in property law (buying and selling, auctions, commercial leases, licences, residential tenancies).

Joyce also undertakes all the district court litigation (debt collection, family law, general civil matters and criminal matters) together with work arising from personal injuries suffered by clients and employment law.

Joyce’s clients include first-time buyers, personal and corporate vendors, auctioneers, licensed premises, landlords, tenants, accountants and other solicitors.

Joyce is a member of the Conveyancing Committee of the Law Society of Ireland.

When not practising law Joyce teaches piano and admires antiques ranging from vintage cars to old bottles and her antique husband.

Joyce may be contacted through joyce@hgs.ie