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Benjamin Griffiths


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“Benjamin Griffiths was recommended to me by my daughter to do my will. He was very kind, efficient and extremely patient. I am 80 years old and found some of the legal terminology confusing. I called quite a few times to ask for explanations, Benjamin was always very kind, helpful but most importantly so patient with me. He even came to my home to help explain things as I find it difficult to get out. I have recommended him to all my friends.”


Benjamin Griffiths

Benjamin joined Comptons Solicitors LLP in 2024.

Benjamin qualified in 2022 and is a Solicitor in Compton’s Private Client department. He has a broad experience in all private client matters but has a speciality in Wills, Probate and Lifetime Planning. Benjamin prides himself in his attentiveness, attention to detail and ability to explain complex legal concepts in layman terms.

Benjamin is also a Dementia Friend, meaning that he has received additional training from Alzheimer’s Society on how best to work with, advise and assist in improving the quality of life for those who either have dementia or who are living/caring for someone who does.

As part of the Private Client team at Comptons, Benjamin works closely with our Associate Partner and head of Private Client, Lanka Bandara. Benjamin’s role includes the administration of estates, preparation of Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney, providing advice as to inheritance tax and lifetime planning, making applications to the Court of Protection and the arrangement and administration of trusts during both lifetime and on death.

Benjamin has a LLM Masters degree in Law. In his Masters Thesis, Benjamin provided an in depth analysis on the landmark UK case of Uber v Aslam [2021] UKSC 5. His paper is available at Cardiff University Library.

Benjamin assisted in a judicial review challenge made by the National Farmers Union against Lesley Griffiths MS, Minister for Rural Affairs (Welsh Government). The challenge was against the Welsh Government’s decision to introduce the Water Resources (Control of Agricultural Pollution) (Wales) Regulations 2021.

Supervising Partner: Stephen Compton

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Benjamin enjoys weight lifting, cycling, hiking and photography. He is also a qualified level 3 personal trainer.

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