Reflecting Cardiff’s thriving new enterprises and the traditional bedrock businesses of Wales, our Cardiff solicitors are well-placed to meet your needs, whether for your business or your personal life.
With established lawyers specialising in corporate law, dispute resolution and litigation, IP and commercial law, financial regulation, real estate, both commercial and residential, family law, employment and agricultural regulation, we tailor our services to meet your needs. Our financial services expertise, for those dealing with issues related to the FCA and FSMA, is considerable.
We’re easy to reach at Copse Walk in Cardiff Gate, whether you’re based in the city or in the valleys and beyond and our extensive experience in Wales means that we know our way around.
You want lawyers you can trust to give you sound, reliable advice so that you can move forwards; we speak your language, we find solutions to your dilemmas and we give you a clear plan of action.
There is no ‘one size fits all’ with our team – we focus on what you really need and we’re open and honest about our fees.
With us on your side, you can take the lead.
Our Welsh solicitors offer a wide range of services for both individuals and businesses.
For individuals, we offer help and advice on family law, divorce law, residential conveyancing, wills, trusts and estate planning. Our team of solicitors also specialise in alternative dispute resolution and family mediation.
For the public sector bodies on the NPS framework and businesses of all kinds across Wales, our lawyers specialise in corporate and commercial law, commercial property, employment, dispute resolution and financial service regulation including business mediation and SIPP and SSAS schemes. From start-ups to global enterprises, we can offer expert advice across sectors and for businesses at every stage of development.
Richard Wilkey now leads Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ successful corporate team, taking over the reins from…Read full article
What does the office of tomorrow look like? That’s the question we’ve been asking since…Read full article