Solicitors in St Austell

Our solicitors near St Austell offer a comprehensive range of legal services to individuals and businesses in St Austell and across Cornwall and Devon. We are meticulous and empathetic, priding ourselves in offering a high level of legal expertise combined with outstanding customer service. 

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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

We offer the following services for individuals and businesses:


  • Disputes and litigation

    No matter the nature of your dispute, we can help. We aim to resolve disputes swiftly outside court whenever possible, so costs are kept low. Whether you have a dispute about a will, a debt, a family matter or something else, please get in touch.

  • Employment law

    When there are problems in the workplace, it can be extremely stressful. Our employment law solicitors understand your concerns, and we offer advice in the strictest confidence. We advise on all areas of employment law, including discrimination claims, redundancy, employment contracts and compromise agreements.

  • Family law

    Our highly experienced family law team offers sensitive advice to people in various situations. We advise on all matters around divorce and separation, including arrangements for children, cohabitation agreements, domestic abuse, non-molestation orders and much more.

  • Conveyancing and housing

    Our property lawyers provide a full range of services for private homeowners, property investors, landlords and tenants. This includes residential conveyancing, transfer of ownership deeds, planning law, contracts between landlords and tenants and dispute resolution advice.

  • Medical negligence

    When you receive healthcare from a professional, it usually is of the highest standard. However, things do go wrong. When they do, our medical negligence solicitors are here to help. We will make sure you receive the care and compensation you need to maintain your standard of living.

  • Mental Incapacity and the Court of Protection

    Adults have the right to make their own decisions, but sometimes an accident or illness means it is not possible. Our solicitors can help you to plan ahead with a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and explore other options with you. If you need the legal right to make decisions for a loved one who does not have an LPA, our solicitors can help you apply to the Court of Protection.

  • Personal injury

    Accidents do happen, but when an accident occurs because of another person's negligence, our personal injury solicitors are here to help. We will ensure you receive the level of compensation you need to return to a quality of life as near to the one you enjoyed before the accident as possible. We can often work on a 'No Win, No Fee' basis.

  • Wills and probate

    Our wills and probate solicitors can help you to create a will or review an existing will. It is important that your will is up-to-date so that it reflects your current wishes. If you are the executor or administrator of an estate, we can support you through the probate process with as much or as little help as you need. 


Commercial and Business

  • Disputes and litigation

    If you are involved in a business dispute, we know you will want to resolve it quickly with the best possible outcome. Our commercial litigation lawyers understand that disputes can be damaging to a business. We take every possible step to resolve disputes out of court to protect your company's reputation and keep costs as low as possible.

  • Employment law

    Our employment lawyers support businesses of all sizes. We advise on employment contracts, disciplinary and grievance procedures, settlement agreements, how to prevent claims of unfair dismissal and discrimination and much more. We also defend employers who have claims brought against them, including representation at an Employment Tribunal.

  • Managing your business

    We provide legal advice for both established companies and start-ups. Our advice covers employment contracts, health and safety, regulatory compliance, joint venture agreements, data protection, patent law and every legal aspect of managing a business.

  • Property

    When you own a business, your property is likely to be your most valuable asset. Our commercial property lawyers will ensure that the property you are buying or leasing supports your short-term and long-term business goals.

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Your local legal experts in St Austell, Devon

Our solicitors near St Austell have over 100 years experience supporting local people and businesses. They provide diligent, cost-effective and down-to-earth advice, and they are here to help you no matter what life brings.

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Yes. Our law firms near St Austell 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 near St Austell 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.