Thea Hughes - Director
Thea Hughes is a Director with Wendy Hopkins Family Law Practice.
After beginning her legal career in Eversheds, Cardiff, Thea moved to head the family department of a branch office of Hugh James, before joining the firm as an Associate in 1997. She then became a Partner in 1998.
Thea is considered by her peers to be one of the best family lawyers in Wales. Thea is able to advise upon the breakdown of a relationship, whether the parties are married or unmarried, and provides a well-balanced viewpoint to achieve a fair outcome.
Thea deals with all aspects of family law, and specialises in the financial issues arising upon separation/divorce. She has a wide breadth of knowledge and experience in this area. She also deals with high net worth cases, including cases involving lottery winners.
Thea is ranked as one of Wales' top family lawyers by independent research, which has described her as "a credit to the legal profession". She is highly recommended by Chambers UK, who praise her for her "spot-on advice and her just and fair approach, which sets her apart as a leading light". She is also recommended as an elite "Leading Individual" by the Legal 500 where she has been noted for her "flawless professionalism" and quoted (The ‘hugely experienced’ Thea Hughes attracts praise for her ‘calm and approachable handling of high-value financial cases and complicated private law matters’). Thea is also noted in Legal Experts and the Good Lawyer Guide. She is profiled in Who's Who In The Law.
Thea is a collaborative lawyer and is on the management committee of Family Mediation Cardiff. Thea is also a member of Resolution.
Thea regularly contributes to topical news stories on the radio and TV.
What Our Clients Say:
For more information, or to book an appointment with Thea, please call us on (029) 2034 2233, e-mail email@example.com, or fill in the form below for a call or e-mail back. There is no obligation to book, and we will not charge you for calls or e-mails before your first appointment.
Get in touch?