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Principality Building Society Languages: English, French Address: Po Box 89, Queen Street, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF10 1UA, Wales Tel: 029 2077 3503 No reviews yet
Neil Foley & Co Languages: English, Italian Address: First Floor, 39 Charles Street, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF10 2GB, Wales Tel: 02920230440 No reviews yet
Hopkin John Languages: Address: 18 Churchill Way, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF10 2DY, Wales Tel: 02920 382 486 No reviews yet
M and M Solicitors Ltd Languages: French, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu Address: 34 The Parade, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF24 3AD, Wales Tel: 029 204 82444 No reviews yet
Crowley & Co Languages: English, Punjabi, Urdu Address: Oxford House, 10-16 Vere Street, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF24 3DS, Wales Tel: 029 2045 8895 No reviews yet
Lloyd & Rowe Languages: English Address: 205 City Road, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF24 3JD, Wales Tel: 029 2045 8999 No reviews yet
Malekin Law Limited Languages: English, French Address: 11 Corporation Road, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF11 7AN, Wales Tel: 029 2023 1222 No reviews yet
Anthony Jacobs & Co Languages: English Address: 91 Albany Road, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF24 3LP, Wales Tel: 029 2048 3509 No reviews yet
Kruzins Languages: English Address: 92a Crwys Road, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF24 4NP, Wales Tel: 029 2039 0101 No reviews yet
Malloy & Barry Languages: English Address: 194 Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF5 1GW, Wales Tel: 02920 343434 No reviews yet
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