Hopleys GMA is pleased to announce the acquisition of Mold-based law firm Keene and Kelly as as part of its strategy to continue to expand its customer-focused legal services. Keene and Kelly is a well-established law firm having had a presence in Mold since the 18th century.
Although the firm has over 400 years of history, it has a progressive and modern approach to providing a comprehensive set of legal services including family, to conveyancing, employment law, wills and probate, specialist childcare and criminal proceedings. The firm will continue to provide high quality and specialised legal services to individuals and business clients in the north-east Wales area and beyond.
Mark Davies and Robin Guest, who will hold the roles of Senior Partner and Partner in residence at the Mold office respectively, are confident that the greater resources and combined expertise of the firms will be of benefit to both new and existing clients. Mark Davies, Senior Partner of Hopleys GMA incorporating Keene and Kelly, said: “We are committed to seeking to improve the quality and the extent of the services we offer. We are investing in technology which will give us a modern and progressive edge, whilst continuing to offer a traditional, client-centred service. The combined firm will enable us to continue to provide the best service for our clients and increase the services we can offer from our offices in Mold and Wrexham. In addition to this we are recruiting additional experienced staff to further strengthen our team.”
Local law firm Hopleys GMA, which has offices in Wrexham and Mold, is delighted to announce the appointment of Ceri Lewis as a Criminal Solicitor which will further strengthen its Criminal Law offering to the local community. Ceri joined the firm (3rd August 2017), specialising in all aspects of criminal investigations and criminal defence in the Magistrates’ Court and case preparation for crown court cases. She will be based predominately in Wrexham but also undertakes work throughout the North West and Wales areas. Ceri has a wealth of criminal law experience dealing with a diverse range of cases from routine motoring offences to high profile murder cases. She started her legal career in 1989, and has been an accredited police station representative for almost 20 years. She qualified as a solicitor in 2007. Ceri is also a member of the Duty Solicitor panel for the Police Station and Magistrates’ Court in Wrexham. Ceri said; “I am excited to have returned to Wrexham after a four year period working in Chester. We have a very dynamic team at Hopleys GMA and I look forward to helping them and our clients moving forward.” Mark Davies, Senior Partner of Hopleys GMA, added; “We’re very happy to have Ceri join our Criminal team, she has a wealth of experience and an exceptional in-depth knowledge she shares our vision as to level of service that we aspire to and she will help us support our local community.