Coronavirus Notice:

We are still open and offering all of our usual services but we’re now dealing with these by Phone, Skype, Facetime and e-mails.

To arrange an appointment please contact us on 01685 871133 (Aberdare), 01685 371153 (Merthyr Tydfil) or 01495 222214 (Blackwood), or e-mail us here:

Welcome to GGP Law – Croeso i GGP Law

GGP Law is a modern, forward-thinking firm of solicitors providing expert legal advice to individuals and businesses across South Wales and beyond.

The firm was established by our current Managing Director, Gwyn George in 1983. In the last 35 years the firm has grown considerably and now operates from three branches in Aberdare, Blackwood and Merthyr Tydfil. GGP Law is now headed by Gwyn George, Sara Green, Karen Herbert, Rhodri Owen, Lisa Shrimpton and Alexandra Jones. In October 2020 we acquired Hughes Jenkins Solicitors and in April 2021 Marchant Harries Solicitors. This expansion has doubled our numbers and increased our geographical coverage.

We provide our clients with a level of expertise, knowledge and dedication that has earned our firm an excellent reputation. We aim to provide our clients with the highest level of service, clear advice and a sensible approach. We know that our clients value the personal service that our lawyers can provide.

At GGP Law we do our best to make our clients feel at ease with a friendly and approachable attitude.

We are proud to be recognised by the Law Society for our excellence in practice management with the Lexcel accreditation. We pride ourselves on our expertise and we are accredited by the Law Society for Conveyancing, Family, Children and Personal Injury work. Our Wills and Probate team is overseen by a Full Member of the Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners. Our clients understand that when they instruct us, they get the very best advice.

For more information about our services, please visit or contact one of our offices with the contact details provided below.

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