Solicitors in Wrexham

Wrexham is an historic market town with basic industries which has recently been transformed into north Wales’ premier administrative, educational, commercial, cultural and industrial centre.

The location of Wrexham in the very centre of the UK, with its breathtaking scenery and green environment, makes it a very popular place. As a result, just like many other busy towns and cities, there is an abundance of legal services, such as employment and personal-injury solicitors in the area, the best of whom can be introduced to you by Contact Law.

Welsh law

Being based in Wales means that solicitors in Wrexham are governed by English and Welsh law, just like the rest of Wales.

Local courts

Wrexham solicitors file their paperwork at the town’s county and magistrates’ court.

The county court has civil jurisdiction, meaning it covers all but criminal matters including divorce, other family work and bankruptcy. It can be found at 2nd Floor, Crown Buildings, 31 Chester Street, Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales, LL13 8XN.

Criminal matters are dealt with at Bodhyfryd, Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales, LL12 7BP, and this venue also houses the youth court and has family law and licensing jurisdiction.

Wrexham’s closest employment tribunal is based in Cardiff and can be found at Caradog House, 1-6 St Andrews Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BE. They can be contacted on 02920 678 100.

Local legal services

If you need initial legal advice before seeing a Wrexham solicitor you can visit the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) at 35 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham, LL11 1BT. They will only give you basic advice, however, and if you have a serious case you must contact a solicitor.

Using local solicitors in Wrexham has the advantages of local knowledge and competitive fees. And, if you need to be represented at court, local solicitors in Wrexham can do so quickly and easily.

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