Walford blues: Sean Dunne, the Irish mansion and accusations of children used as “pawns”
A US court has dismissed Sean Dunne's attempt to stop proceeds from the sale of Walford from being used to settle a multi-million damages award against his ex-wife Gayle Killilea after a jury found he fraudulently transferred the property to her. The bankrupt claimed the proceeds were meant for his children.
3rd Jun, 2021 - 4 min read
A “disinterested guardian” for his young children, Sean Dunne claims his ex-wife and adult son want him “neutralized”
In a US lawsuit, the bankrupt developer claims proceeds from the €14m sale of Walford on Shrewsbury Road rightfully belong to the offspring of his second marriage and cannot be used to settle the legal liabilities of his former wife Gayle Killilea.
5th Jan, 2021 - 5 min read
Walford, Dunne and the €1.4m tax bill: new legal front opens up in long running dispute over Ireland’s most expensive home
Yesreb, a Cypriot registered firm linked to Sean Dunne that once owned Walford, has issued High Court proceedings against the Irish tax authority over a €1.4m tax dispute.
10th Apr, 2020 - 3 min read
Millionaires’ row: Sean Dunne, Walford and the seven-figure tax bill
For years Ireland’s most expensive home has been at the heart of an epic courtroom asset battle involving bankrupt developer Sean Dunne. Now the former owners of the Dublin 4 mansion have been landed with a €1.4 million tax bill.