Community and Environmental
Having been established in the market town of Mold for almost 100 years and in the rural market town of Ruthin for over 25 years we have forged excellent links with a wide number of local service and business organisations.   We participate in a number of community projects and charities, and are proud that a number of our staff members become involved in other local community work such as Rotary, Trustees of local Churches and Committees and local football teams.  We support events that individuals within the practice become involved with on their own initiative to raise money for good causes.

We support/have supported, diverse local causes such as:

Donations by way of individual sponsorship for participation in:

  • Tough Mudder Challenge
  • Swimathon
  • Mold Hospital X-Ray Appeal donation
  • Donation – St. Kentigern’s Hospice
  • Mold Choral Society

and we support local Welsh publications such as:

  • Papur Fama

We recently sponsored an art competition for years 5 and 6 from two local schools to produce artwork on “Local Landmarks”.  This proved very successful and we are proud to display the artwork on our office walls.  The schools received a donation towards art materials and the children received book tokens and art materials.

For a number of years we have worked with a number of local high schools to offer work placement experience.  We also help where we can in offering work experience to college students and university undergraduates.

We remain committed to providing help and advice through Legal Aid where we are able to choosing to continue with our Legal Aid Contracts in both crime and family (to include public law) contracts despite the significant cuts to services/funding availability in April 2013 and remain committed to providing a good service to clients, https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/legal-aid-agency.

We involve ourselves in pro bono work, such as involvement in Will Aid, http://www.willaid.org.uk/.

Environmental
Our staff have always adopted a common sense approach to their working practices to include, where possible:

  • using email rather than paper,
  • scanning and saving to PC,
  • printing double sided
  • copying double sided
  • use scrap paper for notes – where client confidentiality will not be breached
  • shred paper where client confidentiality could be breached
  • recycle shredded paper
  • recycle toner cartridges – via donation to local Hospice charity
  • donate postage stamps – for Oxfam
  • switch off all electrical items at close of business

All of the above are reviewed as and when innovations in technology develop and opportunities arise to make changes for the better. 

  • Accreditations

  • Conveyancing Quality
  • Family Law Advanced
  • Resolution
  • Cyfreithiwr i'r Teulu cydweithredol