Welcome to Gabbs

We are a firm of Solicitors offering comprehensive  legal advice to a wide range of clients, both private and corporate. We have offices in Hereford, Hay-on-Wye and Leominster, and our committed legal team numbers about 50, including members of specialist panels and Solicitors with extensive experience in larger commercial centres. 

Supported by the latest IT, we are a professional, personal and forward-looking firm that offers its clients quality service, support and legal advice. The firm's origins date back to the Eighteenth Century and we have been proud to play a prominent role in the local area over many years. The current Directors, Solicitors and other legal staff have a wide range of skills and specialisations.

 

They trust us

Everyone we dealt with at Gabbs were so helpful, it made selling our property stress free

Mr & Mrs C, Hereford

We have been in such safe hands from the start to the end. We couldn’t have asked for more

Mrs D, Hay-on-Wye

The whole team at Gabbs have shown us professionalism, consideration and care throughout. Thank you

C. Travis, Leominster

Proceedings in the County Court Small Claims Court

25 Apr 2022

If you are owed an amount of money which is less than £10,000 you can make a claim in the County Court, and the claim will usually be dealt with in the Small Claims Court.

Is your property at risk of fraud?

13 Apr 2022

Did you know that the Land Registry offer a property monitoring service for anyone who feels a registered property in England and Wales could be at risk from fraud?

Sarah de Rohan takes up office as the new High Sheriff of Herefordshire

9 Apr 2022

Herefordshire’s new High Sheriff, Sarah de Rohan, has taken office following a Declaration Ceremony in Hereford Cathedral.

No-fault divorce laws to be introduced on the 6 April 2022

1 Apr 2022

On the 6 April the Government’s Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 will come in to force. This new Act will drastically reform the divorce process by removing the requirement for either party to have to prove ‘fault’ in order to obtain a divorce.

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