Marsland Nash Associates highly recommend WBW Solicitors who make a conscious effort to provide a user-friendly, accessible service for all their clients.

WBW Solicitors are a well established local firm of solicitors with offices based in Torquay, Newton Abbot, Bovey Tracey, and Exeter. They offer a number of competitively priced services for both business and personal matters including:



Conveyancing

Buying or selling a property?

Make the right move and let WBW Solicitors take the stress out of conveyancing.

For more information contact:

Anthony Fripp - 01626 202334 - asfripp@wbw.co.uk

Wills, Trusts & Probate

Making a will can be a difficult and daunting task but it is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out when you pass away.

For more information please contact:

Catherine Causey - 01626 202402 - catherinecausey@wbw.co.uk

Debt Recovery

Are you owed money in respect of an outstanding debt? Whether you are owed money by an individual or a business, WBW Solicitors can assist.

For more information contact:

Portia Woodhouse - 01626 202395 - pawoodhouse@wbw.co.uk

Commercial

  • Company Sale
  • Purchase New Business
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Buying/leasing premises
  • Commercial litigation

For more information contact:

Laura Clarke - 01626 202344 - laclarke@wbw.co.uk

Commercial Property

  • Leasing 
  • Purchasing
  • Sales
  • Planning Licences
  • Environmental Development

For more information contact:

Anthony Fripp - 01626 202334 - asfripp@wbw.co.uk

Employment Law

Are you an employer? Employees are more aware of their rights these days, causing more work for employers to keep up-to-date with changes and take any necessary precautionary action.

For more information contact:

Kerry Curd - 01626 202406 - kmcurd@wbw.co.uk

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