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Our diverse team of brilliant people provide the full spectrum of legal services and specialist expertise across private and commercial matters.

Operating out of three locations across Devon, with offices in South Devon, North Devon and Exeter, Wollens solicitors have nearly 200 of the brightest minds, ready to advise you on everything from agriculture to acquisitions and marine to marriage (and just about anything in between).

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Wollens success at Devon & Somerset Law Society Legal Awards !

Wollens success at Devon & Somerset Law Society Legal Awards !

The presentation of the Devon & Somerset Law Society Legal Awards for 2020 took place last night (September 23rd) in a digital ceremony after several attempts to hold the Dinner originally planned for April 2020 were postponed for COVID reasons.  Hosted by the...

Christmas office opening hours

Christmas office opening hours

We would like to wish all of our clients a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!     Christmas opening hours 2021   Thursday 23rd December                            9am – 1pm Friday 24th December                                CLOSED Monday 27th...

Vulnerable face timebomb by not appointing others to act

Vulnerable face timebomb by not appointing others to act

Professionals working with the elderly and vulnerable are raising concerns over future safeguarding following a dramatic fall in the number of lasting powers of attorneys registered during the coronavirus pandemic. Figures from the Office of the Public Guardian, the...

Mandatory arbitration process unveiled for commercial rent arrears

Mandatory arbitration process unveiled for commercial rent arrears

The government has unveiled its long-awaited plans for arbitration to handle pandemic-related commercial rent arrears, with a code of conduct that effectively sets the standard for the draft legislation, which is expected to follow through next year. To protect...

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