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We have been providing legal services to people and businesses in South East Wales since the early 1800’s giving us in depth local knowledge and a distinct advantage when dealing with local legal matters.
We aim to understand your business and help you achieve your objectives in the most efficient and cost effective way.
We aim to take the stress out of buying or selling your home so that your move goes as smoothly and quickly as possible.
We provide expert advice on the purchase and sale of agricultural properties and land.
Newport and Pontypool solicitors Everett Tomlin Lloyd and Pratt have been providing legal advice in South Wales for over 200 years. Our long history and teams of specialist lawyers give us expertise and a distinct advantage while dealing with local legal matters. We continue to grow constantly offering a wide range of legal services with many of our Solicitors becoming acknowledged specialists in their field. We now have over 40 lawyers and staff working from our offices in Newport and Pontypool.
In 2011 we became one of the few law firms in Wales to be awarded the Law Society Lexcel Accreditation for practice management and client care.
We have strengthened our agricultural and private client team with the acquisition of the well respected Usk practice of Jonathan Stephens and Co.
While Jonathan Stephens and his staff will be initially based at our Newport office, we have opened an additional office with meeting-room facilities in the town at Sessions House, the historic Grade 2-listed former courthouse in Usk.
Jonathan’s practice mainly dealt with specialist agricultural legal issues for clients throughout Wales and the West Country. Jonathan has earned praise from Chambers Directory Legal 500 which describes the practice he has run for 25 years as a “leading firm in the agricultural sector” with “a strong reputation for agricultural work”. Stephens is described as “vastly experienced” and “charming”.
Ashley Harkus, Managing partner: “We have been working more closely with Jonathan for some time now and I am delighted that he has agreed to bring his considerable skills and dedicated staff to join us. Jonathan is a well respected lawyer and recognised agricultural law specialist. We have been looking to strengthen our agricultural practice and have a presence in the Usk Valley for some time. All of our lawyers are looking forward to working with Jonathan, his clients and local businesses .”
Jonathan Stephens: “Having practiced in Usk for more than 30 years it was very important to me that my new firm was really committed to having a base in the area and looking after my clients. I’ve enjoyed working closely with the private client, litigation, residential and commercial property team at ETLP who have helped my clients over the last few years and I am confident that the time is right for me to take the next step and join the firm. I’m delighted my staff have agreed to join such a progressive and friendly firm and I now look forward to the future with our new colleagues.”
In continuing our full commitment to the Solicitors Regulation Diversity & Inclusion Charter we are pleased to report that our 2017 submission, a biennial report, has fully met with all the requirements of this important Charter. We annually survey our firm and regularly discuss all aspects of Diversity & Inclusion. More detailed information is available… [Read More]
We have strengthened our child care department by appointing Jess Gray, an experienced lawyer specialising in care and children matters. See our article in the South Wales Argus:- http://m.southwalesargus.co.uk/business/14707244.South_Wales_legal_firm_strengthens_its_child_care_department/?ref=rl&lp=4
We’re delighted to announce we will be a sponsor of Newport food festival. See our article in the South Wales Argus here:- http://m.southwalesargus.co.uk/business/14707670.Gwent_law_firm_to_sponsor_to_Newport_Food_Festival/?ref=rl&lp=2
See Ashley Harkus article in the Wales Online and South Wales Argus: http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/what-and-isnt-acceptable-comes-11356637 http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/business/14535658.How_will_your_business_cope_with_Euro_2016_/
It’s getting to the time of year where learners of all ages are preparing for their exams and thinking about what they would like to do in the future. We asked Ashley Harkus, Managing Partner, of Everett Tomlin Lloyd & Pratt solicitors for tips on how best to start a career in the law. ,… [Read More]
See Jonathan Stephens article on page 37 of the March-April edition of the Monmouthshire Country Life.
We are living as part of an ageing population with people living longer and this is to be celebrated. However, 1 in 14 people over the age of 65 will be living with dementia and this will increase considerably over the next few years. However, dementia is not just a disease that affects older people and there… [Read More]
See Ashley Harkus latest article in the South Wales Argus. http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/business/14244384.Government_shelves_planned_duty_solicitor_cut_after_widespread_opposition/
What in a nutshell is conveyancing and what does it involve? In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien. A typical conveyancing transaction contains two major landmarks: the exchange of contracts (whereby equitable title passes) and completion (whereby legal title passes). Conveyancing occurs in three stages:… [Read More]
Our firm have signed up to the Solicitors Regulation Authority Diversity Charter & have fully met the standards required under this Charter. We encourage openness & fairness in all our dealings with Staff, Clients & Service providers. Detailed information is available on request. We annually survey our firm and submit detailed criteria to The Law Society.