Solicitors in Pembroke

Pembroke, meaning ‘Land’s End’, is situated in west Wales on the south Pembrokeshire peninsula. It is home to just over 7,000 local residents, and is set in beautiful countryside, surrounded by woodland and arable farmland. The local coastal area was established as a national park in 1952, and each year the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park receives some 4.2 million visitors. Aside from the astonishing coastline and countryside, the main tourist attraction is Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of King Henry VII.


The local economy of Pembroke is tied up in the economy of the wider region, which is mostly focussed on visitor income from tourism. However recent years have seen a drive for local enterprise, and today small businesses make up a sizeable chunk of the town’s income. A large part of this economic success is due to investment in renewable energy schemes at the Milford Haven waterway. There are a number of multinational businesses helping local oil and gas projects to expand.

Court services in Pembroke

Pembroke’s nearest court for civil disputes is Haverfordwest County Court. Haverfordwest is also home to the Magistrate’s court, lying roughly 13 miles from Pembroke. More serious criminal cases are heard at Swansea Crown Court.

Profile of solicitors in Pembroke

Being a very small town in a rural location, solicitors in Pembroke offer a limited range of legal service to the local market. Typical offerings from solicitors in Pembroke include all the usual legal services for private clients, such as;

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Employment law
  • Personal injury claims
  • Residential conveyancing
  • Family law, divorce and separation
  • Tax law, tax planning and trusts
  • Wills, probate and estate administration

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