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Robertsons Solicitors to sponsor vibrant Art in the Bar exhibitions

Date Posted: 06 August 2019

Robertsons is delighted to sponsor Chapter Arts Centre's 'Art in the Bar' exhibitions for the forthcoming year.  Read the press release here. 


Cohabitation: common sense, not common law

Date Posted: 23 July 2019

When it comes to cohabitation, common law doesn't come into play. But common sense does.  Find out more in our latest blog. 


Robertsons’ Rhian Whiting is to take on Kilimanjaro!

Date Posted: 20 June 2019

Rhian Whiting, our specialist in Children's law is preparing to raise £5,000 for Cancer Research Wales by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in February 2021.


Taking back control through Mediation.

Date Posted: 28 May 2019

What is mediation, when is it relevant and how does it give back control?


Wendy Hopkins joins leading Cardiff law firm Robertsons

Date Posted: 23 May 2019

Robertsons are delighted to announce that Wendy Hopkins and Hannah Magee have joined its growing Family Law team


Upskirting law comes into force

Date Posted: 23 April 2019

'Upskirting' is now a criminal offence in England and Wales after a woman launched a campaign to criminalize the act. 


A night to remember at the Cardiff Life Awards!

Date Posted: 22 March 2019

We were delighted to sponsor the Charity award at this year's Cardiff Life Awards. Find out about our evening and the winner in this blog. 


Are you seven in 10?

Date Posted: 20 February 2019

Do you have plans in place to cover end of life care? New research has found that 71% of British people don't. Don't be seven in 10, plan ahead!


Our Head of Probate ‘Steps’ Up to the Mark with Prestigious Accreditation

Date Posted: 04 February 2019

Robertsons Solicitors were delighted to have featured in Business News Wales recently, following the accreditation of our Head of Wills, Probate and Trusts, Afonwy Howell-Pryce, by a prestigious society. 


Domestic Abuse: A Landmark Legislation

Date Posted: 23 January 2019

The government's draft domestic abuse legislation provides new protections and support for victims but what else should we expect from the draft bill?


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