Many of us are injured in accidents that are not our fault, we cannot prevent accidents, but we do pride ourselves on dealing with claims quickly, efficiently and compassionately. Our personal injury service is provided by an experienced team of lawyers who will devote time and care to your case.
Property / Conveyancing
At GEP we appreciate that moving house is a stressful time - whether a first time buyer or buying and selling. Our commitment is to offer you a quality service at a competitive cost. We maintain our high standard of quality by applying the quality control system recommended by the Law Society namely the Solicitors Practice Management Standards.
Wills, Trusts and Probate Service
We recognise that many people find it difficult to make a Will. With a busy lifestyle it is easy to leave important decisions which should be made today until tomorrow. The Private Client Department provides a skilled, efficient and straightforward Will making service.
Dealing with family problems or relationship breakdown can be stressful and distressing. At this difficult time you need to be able to rely on a team of experts who have the experience to help you through one of life's most traumatic events.
Graham Evans and Partners LLP were established in 1986 and has developed into one of Wales Leading criminal practices. As one of the largest criminal law departments in Wales, we deliver a complete criminal defence service. We always defend and never prosecute and fight to win with a passion. An experienced, professional defence can make all the difference and is worth it when it's your liberty at stake.
Did you know that the maximum compensation for unfair dismissal is now over £63,000, and employees are entitled to make a claim after only one year of employment?
At Graham Evans & Partners LLP we have expertise in representing clients at Mental Health Review Tribunals and associated work for mentally disordered offenders and patients who are being compulsorily detained under the Mental Health Act 1983. We also help the family of those affected, by keeping them informed of proceedings. When dealing with mental health cases we know it is important to understand the wider issues associated with mental illness.