Solicitor, Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Wills & Probate - Plymouth

For over 130 years we have been providing a wide range of legal services to clients throughout Devon & Cornwall with a variety of needs. Our Plymouth solicitors offer you clear legal help and advice relating to Residential and Commercial Conveyancing, Wills and Probate, Inheritance Tax Planning, Elderly Client matters, challenging Care Home Funding decisions, Will Disputes,Powers of Attorney, Deputyship matters, Business matters, Landlord and Tenant issues, Divorce and Separation, Injunctions and Litigation. During the last 130 years our Plymouth Solicitors have built a reputation that is second to none for delivering excellent quality legal advice in a friendly, efficient and cost effective manner.

“We want all of our clients to be treated in the way that we would like to be treated ourselves”.
Adrian Stroud, Senior Partner

Most of our work comes from recommendations from existing clients referring friends or relatives to us. Many of them are kind enough to write letters of thanks to us which we would encourage you to read.

We are proud to say that the quality of our staff and the wealth of experience we offer coupled with the high level of client service we provide makes the legal process as easy and cost effective as possible. Whilst we invest heavily in the latest technology we have retained that old fashioned approach to client care which people so appreciate – we are “modern solicitors with traditional values”.

So if you need legal advice, from buying or selling a home to Commercial Law, Wills Inheritance Tax or Probate, to Divorce , then contact us today.

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