Solicitors in Llandudno

Llandudno is the largest seaside resort town in Wales, with a population of close to 21,000 residents, situated on the North Wales coast. Lying between the Welsh mainland and the Great Orme peninsula, Llandudno was originally built in 1864 as a Victorian era seaside holiday resort, dubbed the Queen of the Welsh Resorts. The town’s name is taken from the ancient parish of Saint Tudno, but encompasses many neighbouring townships including Penrhry Bay.

Tourism remains the town’s main attraction, with two award winning beaches and Wales’s longest pier serving as the highlight for many visitors. The town has retained its Victorian elegance but has modernised considerably in recent years to remain popular with visitors from across the UK and overseas. A recent visit by the deputy First Minister of Wales saw the town report better than expecting holiday bookings for the season, a possible knock on effect of holidaymakers looking to save money by visiting domestic hot spots rather than heading abroad. The town has recently added a popular triathlon to its annual event calendar, attracting participants and spectators from around the UK and abroad.

Legal Service in Llandudno

The town is undoubtedly small, but has a thriving local legal scene with several small solicitors in Llandudno. The solicitors in Llandudno offer a range of services to the local area. Many of the services offered by solicitors in Llandudno are residential in nature, and include:

  • Probate and wills
  • Residential conveyancing
  • Trusts
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Employment
  • Personal Injury
  • Divorce and separation

There are some solicitors in Llandudno offering commercial services, although it could be said that such services are limited. These include:

  • Agricultural law
  • Charity law
  • Company and corporate law
  • Employment law
  • Environment and planning
  • Commercial conveyancing
  • Litigation

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