Llangollen's oldest law firm has expanded the services available at its town offices after returning to the Old Bank Chambers in Berwyn Street earlier this year.
GHP Legal, formerly Gwilym Hughes & Partners, originally occupied the Old Bank Chambers following the 1991 acquisition of Charles Richards & Sons, a family practice which had been in the town for over 100 years. The firm later moved to the Malthouse Business Centre.
Latterly GHP Legal was represented by two solicitors providing services relating to Property, Wills, Probate and Trusts. A wider range of services was always available at the firm's Wrexham and Oswestry offices, but an increase in enquiries for them has prompted an expansion of the Llangollen team. Six solicitors will now be available for appointments in Llangollen, including two fluent Welsh speakers.
Meet the team
Chris Scott originally joined our Llangollen office following the Charles Richards merger. After a spell working in Ellesmere he returned to GHP Legal in 2006, handling all aspects of property purchase and lease for both private and commercial clients.
Penny Bomphrey lives in the Ceiriog Valley. Penny specialises in Wills, Trusts and Probate matters, often handling highly complex private client work.
Annest Jones is a Civil Litigation lawyer. Brought up on a rural sheep farm in North-West Wales, Annest is also a Welsh-speaker. A Solicitor Advocate with Higher Rights in Civil Proceedings who can represent clients in all civil courts, she specialises in highly complex professional negligence, construction disputes, property disputes and contentious probate matters.
Emma Jacobs has close connections with Llangollen, her grandparents having kept an electrical shop in Oak Street for over forty years. Emma, who still has family in the town, specialises in Private Client work, in particular Wills and Probate.
Stuart Duckett whose father taught at Dinas Bran, is a Trainee Solicitor in GHP Legal's Property and Private Client department.