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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 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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Lockdown update January 2021

Lockdown update January 2021

We are still open for business however in line with government guidelines released on Monday 4th January 2021 we will be closing our receptions but we will still be available to help our clients. Our lawyers and support staff will be fully operational and whilst...

Can I change the use of my business premises?

Can I change the use of my business premises?

If the pandemic has left you with empty commercial property, now could be a good time to look for alternative uses.  To help businesses make the best use of commercial property, the Government has made the planning rules more flexible so that it is now possible to...

Why you need to get proper legal advice.

Why you need to get proper legal advice.

In a world where so much information is available freely online, do you still need the advice of a lawyer? A simple Google search of your legal problems can provide thousands of relevant articles, and perhaps a friend has shared information on social media that seems...

What happens to joint property when cohabitation ends?

What happens to joint property when cohabitation ends?

Separation is never easy, but if you and your former partner own property together, the situation can be even more complicated. If you have been living with a partner, but you are not married, the legal term is ‘cohabitation’. When cohabitees separate, they are not...

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