Ruth Flinn
Associate
Ruth studied Law and Politics at the University of Ulster prior to completing a Master’s Degree at Queens University, Belfast. Having worked for several years as a paralegal, Ruth then qualified in 2010 as a Solicitor, working in the Property and Banking department of a busy commercial practice, before joining Francis Hanna & Company in 2012.

Ruth is an Associate within the Property Department. Advising on all aspects of buying and selling property, Ruth has a particular interest in assisting first time buyers in the purchase of their first home, and has extensive experience of working with Help To Buy ISAs and the Northern Ireland Co-Ownership Housing Association Scheme.

Ruth has a specialist interest in rectifying the titles to properties which may be defective or contentious in some way, for example where the title deeds of a property have been lost in the past or there is a boundary dispute or renegotiation.

Ruth has a wealth of experience in Banking litigation and regularly advocates in the Chancery Division of the High Court on her clients’ behalf.

Ruth also provides advice and assistance in relation to Future Planning and Elder Client matters within the firm. She is experienced in providing advice on Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney applications.