Bryan initially worked in the property industry for a number of years before retraining as a solicitor. He decided to join David in the family firm and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 2010. Given his experience and background in the property industry, Bryan naturally gravitated towards Conveyancing and Business Law. He also handles all Probate matters for the firm.
Agricultural Law and matters affecting the agricultural community are close to Bryan’s heart. He runs a sheep and dry-stock beef farm on a part-time basis and is well aware of the struggles facing the agricultural community. Bryan has represented clients before the Agriculture Appeals Office. He has also handled many cases concerning boundary disputes, agricultural rights of way, farm transfers and leases.
Bryan’s wife, Lynda is the owner of Rockbarton Garden Centre, so naturally enough, the industry-specific legal issues facing the horticultural industry are very familiar to Bryan.
When Bryan is not working (which isn’t very often) he loves to be involved with his local amateur drama society. He has been in the All Ireland Finals in Athlone on a number of occasions and has received several acting awards.
Bryan and his wife Lynda have five schooling going children, so it always a busy house.