Hains & Lewis Solicitors

Hains & Lewis was established in May 1996 following the merger of the practices of Victoria Hains and Daniel Lewis. Prior to the merger Vicki had practised as a sole practitioner since 1991 and Dan since 1994. Previously, both had been partners in solicitors’ firms, in Pembrokeshire and in London, respectively.

Over the years the firm has grown and in 2006 merged with another local firm Jones & Jones. In 2008 the firm incorporated as Hains & Lewis Ltd and Christopher Taylor, a senior solicitor in the Family Department joined Vicki and Dan as directors. In 2009 Sharon Knox, who is now head of the firm’s Public Childcare Department, was appointed as a director. In October 2015 the firm merged with Nicola Gwynn Solicitors of Fishguard and in November 2016 with the well established Haverfordwest firm of TOL Llewellin.

From our offices we provide legal services to individuals and businesses wherever required but principally in South West Wales.

We aim to give a high quality legal service. We recognise that only by achieving the highest standards can we meet our clients’ expectations of us. The importance of satisfying our existing clients cannot be under estimated and we are committed to the highest standards of client care.

We provide:

  • A friendly face
  • Clear and concise advice
  • Offices in Haverfordwest, Carmarthen Narberth and with Fishguard weekly representation on a Thursday and home visits by appointment.
  • Legal advice and representation via funding from the Legal Services Commission (if eligible)
  • A realistic approach to payment of your legal fees, e.g. we accept debit and credit card payments – either in person or over the telephone. You are now also able to pay via our website.



Hains & Lewis Solicitors
Penffynnon, Hawthorn Rise
SA61 2BQ


T: 03454080125


Dog friendly: No



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