Contact our solicitors in Newport
14 Baneswell Road
Opening times: 9am-5pm Monday-Friday
Telephone: 01633 242526
Fax: 01633 252889
How to find us
Thanks to our convenient central location, our solicitors in Newport are easily accessibly by car, bus and train.
Arriving by car – There are various car parks nearby with the closest being on North Street around 1 minute’s walk from our offices.
Arriving by train – Our offices are less than 5 minutes’ walk from Newport train station.
Arriving by bus – The closest bus stop is on North Street (Stop N25) around 1 minute’s walk from our office. It is served by the 2A, 50 and 51.
Our legal services in Newport, South Wales
Our Newport solicitors offer a wide range of legal services for individuals and families across South Wales, helping you to navigate the various legal challenges you may face during your lifetime.
Wills & Probate
Our Wills and probate solicitors in Newport can help you plan for every eventuality from making and updating your Will to ensuring your future needs are met. We can also support you during probate and estate administration when a loved one passes away and help resolve any issues, such as conflicts over the contents of a Will.
Our expertise includes:
- Estate Administration
- Inheritance Disputes
- Inheritance and Tax Planning
- Lasting Power of Attorney
- Making a Will
- Living Wills
- Severance of Joint Tenancy
- Statutory Wills
Our conveyancing solicitors in Newport offer a reliable, cost-effective service to ensure your property plans can go ahead smoothly and on schedule. With extensive experience and a strong knowledge of the local property market, we can help anticipate potential problems and offer fast solutions to any issues that do arise, keeping you legally and financially protected at all times.
Our residential property expertise includes:
- Transfer of Title
- Auction Property Conveyancing
- Investment and Buy to Let Properties
- Help to Buy
- Buying or Selling Your Home
- Purchase of Freehold of House
- Purchase of New Build Property
Our family law solicitors in Newport can guide you and your family through all of the legal challenges you encounter, ensuring your best interests and those of your loved ones always stay protected. Whether you are getting married, ending a relationship, adopting children or dealing with any other legal issues affecting your family, we provide a friendly, compassionate service backed by exceptional legal expertise.
Our family law expertise includes:
- Child Arrangement Orders
- Child Care Proceedings
- Child Name Change
- Children in Care
- Collaborative Law
- Divorce Law
- Domestic Violence
- Financial Arrangements
- Living Together
- Prenuptial Agreement
- Same Sex Relationships
Our criminal defence lawyers in Newport are one of the most respected teams in South Wales. We have an exceptionally strong track record of success defending our clients against a wide range of criminal charges, including everything from minor motoring offences to the most serious and complex matters, such as serious fraud, regulator offences, large-scale drug conspiracies and murder.
Our criminal law expertise includes:
- Complex Crime
- Motoring Offences Solicitors
- Notable Cases
Legal resources in Newport, South Wales
This is the local county and family court for South Wales, including Newport. It hears cases related to adoption, bankruptcy, children, civil partnerships, divorce, High Court District Registry and housing possession.
Based in Clarence House, Newport, the Regional Divorce Centre deals with various issues related to divorce and civil partnership dissolution.
Found in South East Newport on Usk Way, this court hears cases related to crime.
Situated in the Law Courts on Faulkner Road in central Newport near to the train station, this court hears cases related to more serious crimes.
Newport’s local citizens advice centre can provide a good first point of reference when finding out more about your legal options for a wide ranges of issues.
Located on Tudor Road in Cwmbran, around 5 miles north of Newport, this court hears a variety of cases related to crime, including those for people aged 10-17 in special youth court hearings.