We have four offices; Worcester, Droitwich, Evesham & St. Johns
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. Our Solicitors provide expert legal advice to individuals and businesses local to Worcestershire and nationwide. At the heart of everything we do, is excellent customer service.
We are the only Solicitors in Worcestershire to have an Estate Agents. The Estate Agents have offices in St Johns and Worcester.
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.
We're a friendly and approachable law firm so you'll always be put in touch with your lawyer directly.
Find out if we can help you for free, using our Free Initial Assessment.
Nobody likes surprise bills, that's why we are upfront with our costs.
You want your issue dealt with quickly & efficiently, that's why we acknowledge your enquiry the same day and let you know when you will get a more detailed reply.
Monday - Friday*: 9am - 5pm
From Saturday 9th January 2016 - Legal enquires on Saturday mornings will be held at our St Johns Office* 9:30am - 12:30pm
Saturday - Haswell House, St Nicholas Street, Worcester-Closed
*Closed Bank Holidays and Saturdays prior to a Bank Holiday
Appointments outside business hours are available by arrangement.
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We are proud that for the 9th consecutive year we have achieved the standards of practice and integrity required to be re-accredited by the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme .Read More
WHAT IS AN LPA AND WHY IS IT RELEVANT TO ME?
The term, Lasting Power of Attorney, or LPA, is one that you will have heard about or read about in the paper. What does it actually mean? In short, it allows one adult to appoint another adult to look after their financial affairs or their health, if they lose their ability to make their own decisions. We tend to think it is something for older people to worry about, certainly not for the younger generation.
Although this is little consolation for Mrs Owens, her case in the Supreme Court may have finally opened the door for future wives and husbands to obtain a ‘no fault’ divorce. The media and publicity surrounding the case of Mr and Mrs Owens has brought divorce reform to the forefront of the Government’s attention and it looks like ‘no fault’ divorces may once again be on the cards.Read More