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Our Legal Services:

JMD Law – Cardiff Solicitors

We are Solicitors in the heart of Cardiff Bay founded in 1992 incorporating two former well-established Cardiff legal practices. Jones Mordey Davies and O’Keeffe & Co. We are in a position of trust, bound by strict rules of conduct and professionalism by our professional bodies, the Law Society and Solicitors Regulation Authority. Our advice is expert, independent, efficient, courteous and confidential. Our approach is tailored to the needs of our clients, with whom our solicitors work closely to find a solution. You will be looked after by highly experienced, highly qualified staff who provide a fully personalised service whereas other legal practices may “process” you on a conveyor belt.

We put clients’ interests first and foremost. We keep legal jargon to a minimum and speak your language. We communicate clearly so that you understand everything we do. Our services are protected by Professional Indemnity Insurance.

What we offer

JMD Law offers a wide range of legal services, advising both individual clients and businesses locally, nationally and internationally with the added value of a network of contacts throughout the UK and the world.

Express Service

Do you need to see us urgently? If so, quote "Express Service" when telephoning us and we shall offer you an appointment within 24 hours during our normal business hours.
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