• Axminster: 01297 630700
  • Seaton: 01297 626950
  • Chard: 01460 269700
  • Honiton: 01404 548050

Amanda Farley

Solicitor

Amanda is an assistant solicitor and member of our Private Client team, based in Axminster.

She specialises in will drafting, probate, administration of estates, powers of attorney and advising on a wide range of private client matters.

Amanda was admitted as a solicitor in 2017. She joined Beviss & Beckingsale in 2016 as a trainee solicitor, and as part of her training has gained valuable experience by working in our property, litigation and private client teams.

She has built on her strong academic achievements and practical experience by recently being awarded a Masters qualification in Legal Practice from Staffordshire University.

In her spare time, Amanda enjoys costal walks and spending time with her family and friends.

Silver Street
Axminster EX13 5AH
EX13 5AH
DX 43300 Axminster
Fax: 01297 630701
Phone: 01297 630700


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Mark Carlisle

Poultry Registration Rules

Posted by Mark Carlisle on November 12th 2018 in AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS, COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, DISPUTES AND CLAIMS, FAMILY, MOVING HOUSE, POWERS OF ATTORNEY AND THE COURT OF PROTECTION, SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES, WILLS, TRUSTS AND ESTATES.

Poultry (including game birds): registration rules

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has published guidance for poultry including game) owners. Those farmers or landowners who keep 50 or...

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Mark Ollier

Problems with Potholes?

Posted by Mark Ollier on October 30th 2018 in All, DISPUTES AND CLAIMS.

Some of us in the South West have endured the anguish of being stranded on an unlit  road in the dark having driven into a pothole and calling out the motoring...

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Mark Ollier

Asian Hornet: UK Sightings in 2018

Posted by Mark Ollier on October 24th 2018 in AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS.

Asian hornet: UK sightings in 2018

The government has confirmed that there have been 13 confirmed sightings of the Asian hornet in England and six nests have been destroyed. Nine of...

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