Hek Jones Aiming to Bring a Fresh Approach to Swansea Legal Scene; ADVERTISING FEATURE: Dynamic Law Firm Opens Office in City

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Hek Jones Aiming to Bring a Fresh Approach to Swansea Legal Scene; ADVERTISING FEATURE: Dynamic Law Firm Opens Office in City


FAST-EXPANDING law firm Hek Jones Solicitors has opened a new office in Swansea.

During a period of widespread economic doom and gloom the legal firm is looking to the future with confidence for its new operation based at the Exchange Buildings The firm specialises in residential conveyancing and business services, including property, litigation, corporate and commercial work for companies of all sizes.

It also has a team specialising in agricultural services for the farming community - one reason it wanted a presence in West Wales.

Formed by three young solicitors - all in their early 30s - just three years ago in Cardiff, Hek Jones has recruited three experienced solicitors to launch its bid on the Swansea market.

Chris Tymanowski joins the firm from Cardiff law firm M& A Solicitors. Chris, who fits the Hek Jones mould having worked for several big law firms, is from Swansea and will look to build a client base in his home city.

Also joining Hek Jones will be established local solicitors Rudi Heinrich and Rachael Lloyd Williams formerly of Lloyd Williams Solicitors.

Hek Jones has also hired the services of Julie Raikes, formerly of Geldards and RTL, to oversee the management and accounting systems through this period of growth for the firm. …

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