Solicitors in Devon

QualitySolicitors partner firms in Devon have been providing a full range of legal services to clients in Exeter, Crediton, CullomptonBarnstapleBideford and St Austell for decades. All our lawyers have extensive local knowledge combined with a wealth of experience in managing complex legal issues.

At QualitySolicitors we put our clients at the heart of everything we do, so you can be sure that our lawyers will work quickly and efficiently on your behalf. If you would like to talk about a legal matter, please call us today on 08082747557.


Chudleigh House
, 38 High Street
, Cullompton
, Devon
, EX15 1AE
01884 33818
31 High Street
, Crediton
, Devon
, EX17 3AJ
01363 774706
21/22 Southernhay East
, Exeter
, Devon
, EX1 1QQ
01392 285000


Our services

QualitySolicitors provide services for both individuals and businesses in Devon, including: 


  • Disputes and litigation

    Our disputes and litigation experts can resolve disputes including contract disputes, disputes involving negligence, wills and probate disputes and family disputes. We do everything possible to resolve matters fast and outside court to minimise anxiety and keep expenses down.
  • Employment law

    Our employment lawyers advise employees on a range of matters such as redundancy, unfair dismissal, discrimination, and harassment.  Employment law exists to protect you, and whatever the situation we can help.
  • Family law

    Our family lawyers support those who are going through relationship breakdown and those who need advice about family matters. We advise on arrangements for children, financial issues, civil partnership agreements and much more.
  • Conveyancing and property

    Our conveyancing solicitors know that fast and efficient conveyancing is the key to a successful property transaction. Whether you are buying and selling property, remortgaging, transferring equity or transferring ownership, we can help.
  • Lasting Power of Attorney

    A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone permission to manage your affairs and make decisions on your behalf if there comes a time when you cannot do so. Our solicitors can talk to you about the different types of Power of Attorney, helping you to decide what is best for you.
  • Medical negligence

    Whether you have suffered because of a low standard of treatment by a doctor, dentist, surgeon, or another healthcare provider we are here to help you. We will take the time to understand your case and ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
  • Mental incapacity and the Court of Protection

    If somebody who has lost the mental capacity to make their own decisions does not have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place, the Court of Protection is there to decide who will make health, welfare and financial decisions on their behalf. Our specialist solicitors can support and guide you throughout the process.
  • Personal injury

    A personal injury can cause you a range of problems beyond pain and discomfort. As our solicitors are local, they can really get to know you and your case and dedicate themselves to making sure you receive the compensation and support you need. Most personal injury claims are managed on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis.
  • Wills and probate

    Our solicitors can help you to carefully plan and make a will, minimising Inheritance Tax and maximising your assets for your loved ones. If you are the executor of someone’s estate, we can help you with whatever level of support you need because we know probate and estate administration can be daunting.

Commercial and business

  • Disputes and litigation

    There are many types of business disputes including disputes over contracts, intellectual property, commercial property and employment law. Whatever situation you are facing our solicitors will work together with experts in other fields to achieve the resolution you need as quickly as possible.
  • Employment law

    Whatever type of organisation you run, whether it is a private company, a charitable trust, a public listed company or a limited liability partnership (LLP), our employment lawyers can advise you on this complex area of law. We can review key documents for you, advise you about fair redundancy processes, represent you in employment disputes and more.
  • Property

    Whether you are buying, selling or leasing a commercial property we know that it is fundamental to the success of your business. We make complex commercial property matters simple and stress-free. 

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Your local legal experts in Devon

QualitySolicitors provides top-quality legal advice delivered locally. We offer a personalised service by listening to you and getting to know your case. Exceptional customer service is the cornerstone of our firm.

We have three offices in South Devon, and our partners here have been providing legal expertise to private clients and businesses for over 100 years.

Why QualitySolicitors?

QualitySolicitors is committed to making sure we do not just meet your expectations but that we exceed them.

All our solicitors are highly knowledgeable, and they are specialists in their area of law. They are dedicated to making sure you achieve your objectives as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

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Yes. Our law firms in Devon offer Legal Aid for family law cases.

We normally offer ‘No Win, No Fee’ for personal injury claims and medical negligence.

When you contact us, we will advise you whether you could pursue your claim on this basis.

Our standard opening hours are Monday-Friday: 9am - 5.30pm.

Our solicitors in the South West offer clients who are housebound or elderly home visits for writing a will and other services.

If you would like a home visit please get in touch.

We offer everybody a Free Initial Assessment, which is a telephone consultation for up to 10 minutes.

The purpose of the call is to obtain further information to determine what assistance you need and to talk about likely costs. Full legal advice is not offered during a Free Initial Assessment.