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Hopleys GMA, Solicitors in Wrexham
Hopleys GMA (incorporating Keene and Kelly) are solicitors in Wrexham and Mold providing legal services accross a wide variety of law types and areas – and is dedicated to customer service excellence. Part of a national network of law firms, we are modern and progressive and work with individuals and businesses throughout the region.
We make sure you can always talk directly with your lawyer. Dealing with your questions is never an inconvenience – that’s why we promise a ‘same day response’. No hidden fees means you need never worry about a nasty surprise. And we always use simple words in place of complex technical jargon - so you always understand.
We're also open on Saturdays so you can access quality legal advice at the weekends.
We also have multi-lingual staff who can offer services in Polish and Welsh.
Hopleys GMA (incorporating Keene and Kelly) is part of the leading household name for legal services in the UK, please contact us in Wrexham or Mold to speak with our friendly and knowledgable team to discuss your situation and how we can help.
The History of the Firm
The firm Hopley Pierce and Bird started in the 1880’s, and has acted for individuals and businesses throughout the twentieth century.
Geoffrey Morris and Ashton was founded by Geoffrey Morris and Barry Ashton back in 1969 and the office was based in Wrexham, however, they opened an office in Mold in 1972.
The two firms united in 2012 to form Hopleys GMA. In 2017 the firm acquired Mold-based Law firm Keene and Kelly, which has had a presence in Mold since the 18th Century. In 2018 Hopleys GMA acquired a further well established practice, Macloskey Solicitors, further increasing its services and expertise. Although the firm has over 400 years of history, it has a progressive and modern approach to providing a comprehensive set of legal services ranging from family, to conveyancing, employment law, wills and probate and criminal proceedings.
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