Le Gallais & Luce, St Helier
Located in St Helier, Jersey, Le Gallais & Luce is a private law firm that specialises in offering modern legal advice while combining traditional family values.
Although the name was originally established in 1928 when Mr Hedley Luce entered into a partnership with Mr GFD Le Gallais, its roots can be traced through Mr Le Gallais back to 1889, when he practiced in 6 Hill Street.
During the period of 1901 to 1972, the firm provided three Crown Solicitors for Jersey and, as such, represented the Crown as well as the Island’s government and administration for a total of 48 years. This came to an end in 1972 when the States of Jersey established a civil service department for this purpose.
Le Gallais & Luce are rightfully proud of their heritage and strive to retain the traditional values of client care and professionalism in everything they do. However, they also realise that today’s clients require modern answers to their problems, ensuring that their staff are highly trained in all aspects of modern legal practice.
This combination of traditional values and a total understanding of the latest legal thinking ensure that all their clients receive a very personal service, as well as the most up to date and appropriate legal advice at all times.
Their services include:
- Property Law / Conveyancing
- Wills / Executorships
- Litigation / Dispute Resolution
- Personal Injury
- Notary Public Services
It’s with these services, and every other aspect of their work, that Le Gallais & Luce look to apply the traditional values that have been their hallmark for the last 100 years, together with a modern approach to legal issues that clients expect and deserve.
Le Gallais & Luce in St Helier, Jersey, is a modern firm with family values, an attitude that they look to extend to all their clients and staff. For more information, why not visit the website.
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