We have been a legal practice in North Wales for nearly 100 years. After nearly a century of practice we think we are doing something that our clients have approved of, appreciate and continue to recommend our services to others.
Our Solicitors and Legal Advisers have well over 100 years of legal practice experience between them in all areas of day to day legal practice. If we can not do it we will tell you at the earliest opportunity and refer you to another solicitor who can.
As a profession we are obliged to provide you with a standard of service acceptable to our professional bodies who regulate us. We like to go that one step further and make you feel that you are dealing with a friendly and sympathetic listener and not just a suit behind a desk or a voice on the telephone.
We know that solicitors can be like doctors and dentists. No one really wants to go there but life isn't that simple. Our aim is to make it an experience with the least amount of stress and costs as we are able.
We feel we are able to compete favourably with any other legal practice. We try and keep our overheads to a minimum. You will be told how much it may cost and how those costs can be paid. Legal costs and the recovery of legal costs can be extremely complex and is forever being changed by the Government to the day. Our aim is to keep them as low as possible and give you value for money without sacrificing the level of service we wish to provide. Estimates of costs for conveyancing can be obtained over the telephone or via e-mail.
Contact us for an informal discussion of your individual circumstances.
We do not accept service of documents by e-mail or fax.
Help Us Avoid Fraud
Please help us avoid fraud. Your e-mails may not be secure and can be subject to viruses and hackers. Please be cautious when sending us sensitive information or your bank details. Bank details should, if possible, be given to us by phone. If you receive an e-mail, which on the face of it is from us asking you to send monies to our account, you should telephone your solicitor or the secretary to confirm the request. We do not change our bank details, so you should be highly suspicious of any request purportedly from us asking you to send the monies to a different account to that already given to you.