Privacy Policy, Terms and Conditions of use.

Privacy Policy, Terms and Conditions of use.

These following terms and conditions govern the use of our website by you and are subject in all instances to the GDPR of the European Union;-

In using our website, you accept the terms and conditions and privacy policy delineated below in full. Where any difference exists between these terms and conditions with the GDPR, the rules under the GDPR are to apply in all instances.

If you disagree with these terms and conditions or any part of these terms and conditions, you must not access, view, use or download any information from our website.

In accessing this web site you agree to the collection of cookies, statistical and analytical data in respect of your visit to our website by software on our server.


In accessing this web site you hereby indemnify us “Divorce in Ireland” the owners and operators of and undertake to keep us indemnified against any losses, damages, costs, liabilities and expenses incurred by you or any third party though you, by you or at your instruction, in accessing this web site.

Warranty Limitation and Limitations on Liability

The information displayed and listed on this web site is accurate to the best of the knowledge and belief of Divorce in Ireland however, we do not warrant as to how up-to-date the information listed on this site is, nor do we warrant as to its accuracy, effectiveness or correctness in law. This web site does not seek to provide legal advice and is no substitute for the advice of a qualified family lawyer nor does it attempt to substitute the obtaining of such advice.

Subject to this, our liability to you in relation to the free use of our website or under or in connection with these terms and conditions, will be limited to the extent that the website and the information and services on the website are provided free-of-charge and accordingly we will not be liable for any events beyond our reasonable control nor will we be liable for any loss or damage of any nature whether indirect or special loss or damage, whether consequential, nor shall we be liable for the loss of any reputation, data, income, revenue, contracts, business, goodwill, profit, anticipated savings,  information or data. Nor will we be liable for any decisions made or legal actions or pleadings made by you on foot of information or data listed or displayed on this website.

This limitation does not effect or seek to usurp your statutory rights.

Our Acceptable Usage Policy

You may not use this web site for any illegal, fraudulent, unlawful, harmful, activity, use or purpose. You may not damage this website, the functionality or operability of this website either directly or indirectly. You may not use this website for communication to third parties either directly or indirectly by any means. You may not engage in acts which lead or may lead to the impairment of the availability/accessibility of this website.

You are not permitted to use this web site or the server upon which it is hosted to host, distribute or disseminate any computer worm or virus of any type to include Trojan horse, rootkit, keystroke logging device or other forms of spyware.

Licence to use our website

Save for any legislation referred to or any advertisements are shown “Divorce in Ireland” owns the intellectual property rights in this website and material on this website.  Subject to the licence delineated herein, all of these intellectual property rights are reserved.

You may view, download for personal viewing, caching purposes information from this website for your own personal use, subject to the restrictions set out in this document. It is not permissible to edit the information contained in this web site or redistribute the said information for commercial gain or legal purposes. You may not publish the information or data contained on this website to any other blog or social networking tools such as Facebook or Twitter without first obtaining the express written permission of Divorce in Ireland with our failure to reply to such a request being tantamount to a refusal of such permission.

In particular in accessing the information on this website you are confirming that the said information will not be relied upon by you as legal advice nor cited by you in any proceedings before any court of law in any jurisdiction. You may not republish material from this website either in print, written format or on another website. You may not rent, sell or license material from this website without first obtaining the express written permission of Divorce in Ireland with our failure to reply to such a request being tantamount to a refusal of such permission.

Any breach of these terms and conditions

If you breach the aforementioned terms and conditions either partially or wholly we reserve the right to restrict your access to this website by any reasonable and legal means possible to include blocking or limiting your access to the site via electronic means.

We may revise these terms and conditions from time-to-time without the requirement of further notice to you. Furthermore, we may assign our rights or obligations under this agreement to third parties without any notice to you. You may not assign your obligations outlined herein to any third party in accessing this site.

The Extent of this Agreement

These terms and conditions and our privacy policy constitute the entire agreement between us and you in relation to your access to and use of this website

Applicable laws and jurisdiction

These terms and conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the European Union.