For over 200 years we have been serving the legal needs of our local community and building a solid reputation as trusted advisers. We are proud to serve successive generations of many local families, whose continued instructions and recommendations are an endorsement of our services.
Whatever your situation, you can rest assured that we will provide legal advice which is relevant and proportionate to your needs. We will take the time to understand your position and your requirements so that we can deliver a solution which is right for you.
Our law firm's long experience of dealing with property and affairs of local people and business gives us an unrivalled depth of knowledge about the region's land and property, and unique insight into the concerns of rural and urban business owners.
As a firm we are fully operational and working very much as normal, however, please note that we will be working behind closed doors with stringent safety measures in place:-
A prior appointment is required for a face to face meeting with any member of staff – please ring the appropriate office number as below. Please also consider if this meeting could be held over the telephone or by way of a conference call.
If you are arriving for an appointment, please do not enter the office unless you are wearing a face mask.
If you have documents to deliver, please post them through the letterbox.
If you would like to speak to a lawyer or arrange an appointment please call us on our relevant office numbers as below, or you can email us at Web.Enquiries@bevissandbeckingsale.co.uk
Axminster - 01297 630700
Chard - 01460 269700
Honiton - 01404 548050
Seaton - 01297 626950
At Beviss & Beckingsale Solicitors, our experienced team of lawyers, all specialists in their respective areas, will give you all the legal advice you will need. From personal affairs to business matters, we are here to help.
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