You will always find our lawyers are friendly and approachable. We promise you that as our client, you will be given the direct phone and email details of your lawyer – making it easy to get in touch.Find out more
Solicitors in Exeter
Our solicitors in Exeter have been providing a full range of legal services to private individuals and businesses in the South West for many years. Whatever legal support you need, we can offer you straightforward, practical advice. We use plain English, with no legal jargon and we are upfront about our fees, so you are always in control. For legal advice you can trust please contact our offices on 08082747557.
QualitySolicitors provides services for both individuals and businesses in Exeter, including:
Commercial and business
Your local legal experts in Exeter
As a countrywide network of law firms, we have the resources to provide high quality, specialist legal advice to both individuals and businesses. We offer national expertise delivered locally.
QualitySolicitors have two offices in Exeter, and our partners have been providing legal expertise to private clients and businesses in the South West for over 100 years. All our lawyers have a vast range of legal experience in the local area.
There are many legal firms available to choose from. So, why do so many people across the UK choose QualitySolicitors?
Many of the UK’s top lawyers work in QualitySolicitors firms, so you can be sure of getting the best of both worlds – high quality advice and outstanding customer service.
Have you ever wanted to just ask a lawyer if they can help you, without worrying about what it may cost to contact them? If so, call QualitySolicitors for a confidential chat with no charge or obligation.
At QualitySolicitors, our Free Initial Assessment promise puts you directly in touch with a local law firm who will happily talk to you for free to clarify how they can help you.Find out more
Using a solicitor doesn’t have to involve any unexpected costs. We promise to confirm the full costs you can expect before we begin any work and keep you informed throughout.
And we won’t start any work until we know you’re happy with our estimate.Find out more
QualitySolicitors law firms know that when you need to meet with a solicitor, finding time during office hours can prove impractical. So we thought we’d help by offering flexible opening hours; simple!Find out more
Our solicitors have a range of accreditations including:
Resolution Accredited Specialist.Specialist accreditation for knowledge of family law, procedure and practice.
Family Law Accredited.Quality standard covering all areas of family law except Children Law.
Children Law Accredited.Quality standard for solicitors who specialise in children law. The accreditation is recognised by the Legal Aid Agency.
Collaborative Lawyer.Our family law team are trained by Resolution as collaborative lawyers who support separating couples to find amicable solutions.
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.Quality mark for trusts and estates services.
Solicitors for the Elderly.Our Senior Partner in Devon, Nick Penwell, is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly and is experienced in supporting both elderly and vulnerable clients.
Private Client Section of Law Society.As members of the Private Client Section of The Law Society, our solicitors follow best practice for wills, probate, estate and tax planning, trusts and mental capacity.
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).Our personal injury lawyers are accredited by APIL, and have signed up to the code of conduct and consumer charter.
Yes. Our law firms in Exeter 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 Exeter 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.