Terry Jones Solicitors has a new home in Telford
September 24, 2021

After spending decades in Newport, respected legal firm Terry Jones Solicitors has made the move to nearby Telford.

Terry Jones Solicitors was founded by entrepreneur and solicitor Terry Jones in 1975, and was acquired by the Metamorph Group in February 2018. However, the firm still has strong roots in the local community, and is continuing to offer a wide spectrum of services to people throughout the county, including in and around the Newport area.

With everything from paralegal services, motoring and probate through to family law, child care, commercial property and employment tribunals, Terry Jones Solicitors has been a key provider of legal representation and advice to the people of Newport for years.

Now, their new home is in Telford, allowing the firm to expand their net to deliver an even more comprehensive service to all their clients. Despite the move, it’s very much ‘business as usual’ at Terry Jones, as all the contact details have remained the same and Newport clients can rest assured that they’ll still receive the same outstanding level of service as they always have.

Why move?

Terry Jones Solicitors has made the move to new, modern offices in Telford to be closer to the Metamorph group’s head office, located in the same building. It also allows the team to be more flexible as to how they work, and where. The new office makes this even more effective and easier, while at the same time allowing greater access for clients.

Easy to find

The new Terry Jones Solicitors offices are easy to find. They’re located at Syer House, Stafford Court, close to Telford Central train station. This makes it much easier for those who rely on public transport to get to see our team in person. It’s also easy to reach from the A442 and the M54 at Junction 5. There’s plenty of free parking for visitors, and as the offices are located on the ground floor, there’s easy access for disabled visitors, too.

Contact Terry Jones solicitors

With a huge repertoire and plenty of experience in a wide range of legal fields, Terry Jones Solicitors are determined to carry on delivering a comprehensive and friendly service to both new and existing clients from Telford, Newport, and across Shropshire. You’ll find them at Terry Jones Solicitors, Syer house, Stafford Court, Shropshire, Telford, TF3 3BD.

For more information, contact us today.

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