about evans & jones cardiff solicitors

At Evans and Jones we provide the experience and technology of a large firm with the friendliness and flexibility more often associated with a high street practice. We aim to provide a personal service to our clients whilst maintaining a realistic approach to fees. We are delighted that much of our work comes from repeat clients and recommendations from our existing client base.

We pride ourselves in providing a prompt, quality driven service and have invested in the latest legal technology to assist us in this area. We use a case management system that allows clients access to our online login facility to view the status of their case 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A specialist solicitor will be allocated to your case based on your specific individual requirements and will handle your file from start to finish. We believe in making ourselves available to our clients and your solicitor will be directly contactable by e-mail, telephone or mobile phone Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm.

evans and jones partners

Rhian Jones is a founding Partner of the firm and has over 10 years experience working within a number of legal fields.

Rhian specialises in all aspects of conveyancing including residential sales, purchases, re-mortgages and transfers of equity. Rhian also has a wealth of experience in handling wills and probate issues, landlord and tenant matters, and has a keen interest in the new law concerning Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Rhian is a fluent welsh speaker and in her spare time is a keen musician who enjoys singing with Côr Caerdydd and playing both the piano and harp.

Dalia Elhami-Evans is a founding Partner of the firm who specialises in all areas of residential conveyancing, including shared ownership leases and housing association properties. Dalia has experience in preparing Declarations of Trust, wills and probate matters, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Pre-Nuptial Agreements. In her spare time Dalia enjoys baking, skiing and travelling.

Both Partners are graduates of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.