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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Advice & Support

We’re here to support you in these challenging times. If you are concerned about the impact that COVID-19 could have on your business, please read our dedicated Coronavirus (Covid-19) resource section for articles, news stories and resources from our employment law team.

We are full spectrum law

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

Operating out of five locations across Devon, with offices in Exeter, Torquay, Barnstaple, Newton Abbot and Dartmouth, 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 Solicitors, South Devon

Wollens Solicitors, South Devon

The Torwood Street development, Torquay.  Adaptability, that’s the key message for any business at the moment in these difficult COVID times. For Wollens it’s always been the mantra by which it has been managed and we’re delighted to announce the next phase of the...

The new Job Support Scheme – Your questions answered

The new Job Support Scheme – Your questions answered

The Job Support Scheme (JSS) will replace the furlough scheme and will come into play on 1 November 2020. In this article, we look at FAQs covering how the scheme works, who is eligible and specific difficulties employers and employees might have concerns about. Which...

Christopher Linton recognised in legal awards.  

Christopher Linton recognised in legal awards.  

Partner and private client practitioner Christopher Linton from Wollens has been recognised at the Law Society’s Excellence Awards - the highest accolade for law firms in England and Wales. The event – held virtually for the first time due to the Covid-19 pandemic –...

Virus transmission spike is matched by divorce advice spike

Virus transmission spike is matched by divorce advice spike

There are concerns that the latest spike in coronavirus transmissions may see more relationships taking a turn for the worse, after a surge in divorce enquiries following the nationwide lockdown.Back to school traditionally sees a peak in petitions for divorce, but...

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