Robert Williams

Robert Williams has always been involved in litigation and has appeared in high profile trials.  He now concentrates on private divorce work, specialising in high value cases.  He regularly deals with other professionals such as accountants, actuaries and planning consultants.

Robert has been recommended as a first class divorce lawyer in the Legal 500 for very many years.  Clients describe him as proactive and passionate about his work.  He usually does his own advocacy and enjoys working closely with the client and managing their hopes and expectations during what is usually a very traumatic time in their lives.


Neath Grammar School, Neath; Manchester University (LL.B); College of Law, Guildford


Qualified 1972; Partner at R B Hutchinson Morris & Harrett (now Hutchinson Thomas) 1980

Other information:

Robert has been and is still involved in a number of organisations within the town of Neath including Neath Round Table and Rotary.  He has been Chairman of Neath Athletic Rugby Football Club for 20 years and is one of the longest serving church wardens.  He is also president of the Friends of the Hospital.

Robert was a highly respected Judicial Officer for rugby both nationally and internationally.  He chaired some of the major rugby disciplinary cases including the infamous ‘Bloodgate’ case.