If you are dealing with an agricultural tenancy or the purchase or sale of rural land, in almost all circumstances, you will require the expertise of legal specialists like Llewellyn-Jones. This is because these matters are often complex and can cause serious problems if not handled correctly.
Practising in rural Ruthin and semi-rural Mold, our bespoke agricultural advice and considerable expertise of dealing with countryside properties, farms and farmland, allows us to offer clients a first-class service. Whether you own land or are looking to lease, our knowledge of property law allows us to help you.
For more information, please visit the Agriculture and Estates page
In any child-related dispute, the child’s interests are always our top priority. At Llewellyn-Jones our family/children specialist solicitors are Law Society accredited and can assist in all legal issues surrounding children. We have experience in dealing in care proceedings which are instigated by Social Services (known as public law proceedings).
Our knowledgeable solicitors have vast experience in dealing with disputes between parents who don’t agree on their child’s living arrangements (known as private law proceedings) Using dispute resolution methods, Llewellyn-Jones professionals have the intervention knowledge to be able to minimise any conflict.
In the unfortunate situation that a compromise cannot made, we can represent you and your child’s best interests at Court. Our solicitors have considerable advocacy (court) experience. We also use the services of a number of barristers specializing in the different areas of dispute.
For more information, please visit the Children page
When a relationship breaks down, the future can often seem uncertain. That’s why it is paramount that you seek legal advice as early as possible to ensure you receive the best advice for you and your family’s future.
We are members of the Law Society Family Law (Advanced) Panel.
We are members of Resolution. Resolution accredited specialists are committed to a constructive and non-confrontational approach.
Colette Fletcher is a Collaborative trained Lawyer. A collaborative approach to relationship breakdown is where you, your opponent and both lawyers meet together to try to work things out face to face and try to resolve the issues without going to court. They are committed to achieving the best results by agreement rather than through court proceedings, the process does however prevent the lawyers from representing you in court if the collaborative process breaks down.
We have considerable advocacy experience and can conduct your proceedings at Court.
With experience in dealing with the complex needs of clients, we are able to offer assistance in the following areas of family law:
Based in Mold, with excellent road links to nearby larger towns and city centres, we are able to offer clients the same skills and expertise at very competitive charging rates. Our approved experts to include Barristers, Financial/Pension experts, translators, enquiry agents and health specialists are carefully selected from throughout the north west and north wales based on quality of service and price.
There have been many changes to Legal Aid funding over recent years. We remain committed to retaining a contract with the Legal Aid Agency for matters that remain in scope for public funding to include public law children and domestic violence.
We also offer a Fixed Fee service for family advice.
For more information, please visit the Family page.
The Commercial Property team at Llewellyn Jones have the experience and knowledge to successfully help both businesses and landlords to meet their commercial goals. Working with clients of all sizes, over a range of different premises, we have the expertise to meet your objectives and aspirations.
Whatever side of the relationship you are on; disputes can be bad for business. As a landlord your investment could be at risk – as a tenant it could directly affect your day-to-day operations. That’s why we recommend seeking professional legal advice to resolve a dispute, especially before things escalate.
The team at Llewellyn Jones are experienced in a wide-scope of landlord and tenant issues, including:
For more information, please visit the Landlord and Tenant page.
Planning for the future is essential.
If you were to become incapacitated and unable to manage your affairs an application to the Court of Protection may be necessary. Making a decision to address this risk would involve the completion of a Lasting Power of Attorney. We at Llewellyn-Jones can help you plan for the future or we can assist you in relation to the practice and procedure prescribed by the Court of Protection.
For more information, please visit the Lasting Power of Attorney and Court of Protection page
In January 2013 Llewellyn-Jones was granted membership of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
This accreditation demonstrates that our residential conveyancing department has strict procedures in place to protect clients, as well as offering an exceptional level of customer service. Similar procedures have been adopted and applied in the area of Commercial Conveyancing.
Our approach to Conveyancing means that our solicitors are able to offer clients a personal service that is quick and tailored and we are always on hand to help.
We have a large and growing client base for conveyancing transactions throughout England and Wales.
Our experienced solicitors can help you with the following legal matters:
For more information, please visit the Residential and Commercial Conveyancing page.
Planning for the future is essential.
Not preparing for the future can often lead to serious problems. Not outlining your requests for after your death can cause unnecessary problems for your family and may result in unintended consequences.
With the help of Llewellyn-Jones, you will be able to plan ahead and ensure your wishes are carried out. We can help by assisting you in the following areas:
For more information, please visit the Wills, Probate and Trusts page