Welcome to QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright

QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright is part of a national network of law firms with offices in Worcester, Droitwich, Evesham and St Johns.

QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright provide expert legal advice to individuals and SMEs local to Worcestershire with offices in Worcester, Droitwich, Evesham and St Johns. At the heart of everything we do, is excellent customer service.

We promise you can always talk directly with your lawyer . Our ‘same day response’ means you’ll never feel like an inconvenience. The first time you talk to one of our legal experts is free. If you’re not sure about a legal problem call in and talk to us. We are available six days a week including Saturdays.

We are the only Solicitors in Worcestershire to have an Estate Agents. Our Estate Agents are based in St Johns and specialise in the sale, letting and management of residential properties throughout Worcestershire.

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Our Accreditations

  • Lexcel
  • Conveyancing Quality
  • Family Law
  • Children Law
  • Resolution First for Family Law
  • Collaborative Family Law
  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
  • Solicitors for the Elderly
  • Rightwill
  • APIL Litigation Logo
  • Association of Lifetime Lawyers

Your local legal experts

We give professional, expert and cost effective advice.

QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright will achieve the best possible result for you by combining specialist individuals with a considerate attitude. 

  • We stand alone in our approach to achieving value for money with a first class service
  • Our Solicitors act with honesty and integrity
  • Your case will be handled with the utmost discretion
  • You can have complete confidence in us.

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