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.

 

Covid 19 information

The government are removing remaining domestic restrictions in England from 24th February 2022.

If you are visiting our offices and would like the staff to wear a face covering during your appointment  please notify us and we will accommodate your wishes. 

Some members of our staff will continue to wear a mask or visor during  face to face meetings and we respectfully ask that on those occasions you do the same.  Face masks will be provided for you.

Thank you for your co-operation.

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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
  • Barnardo's

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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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How to handle a call to pay under a personal guarantee

Posted on September 27, 2022

With many people struggling to get on the property ladder, or to afford a home to rent, it has become increasingly common for mortgage lenders and landlords to ask borrowers and tenants to find someone who is willing to act as a guarantor for them – in other words to settle their debts if they are unable to do so.

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Breach of the duty of good faith: options for directors

Posted on September 27, 2022

‘With great power comes great responsibility.’ This is an old adage that some say dates back to the first century BC, and which is as relevant today as it was at the time it was first conceived.

It is particularly relevant in the context of companies, where a director is given authority and control in respect of a company’s affairs, but where there are corresponding duties designed to ensure that these powers are exercised in a sound way.

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Can I protect my home from care fees?

Posted on December 19, 2019

The number of over 65s needing 24-hour care will rise to over 13 million by 2035, according to a report published in The Lancet Public Health.[1] Our population is aging. In 50 years’ time there will be more than 20 million people aged 65 plus.[2] As we get older, we are more likely to suffer from disabilities and chronic health conditions so subsequently we need more health and personal care. That’s why it is important to plan ways to finance any future care fees as early as possible.

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