20+

Years
with Yell

Slee Blackwell

An award-winning law firm.

2 Lime Court, Pathfields Business Park, South Molton, EX36 3LH Directions

Tel 01769 611306

Business overview

Slee Blackwell Solicitors are one of the south west's largest law firms, with 5 offices in Devon and Somerset. We are Lexcel accredited by the Law Society and Legal 500 recommended

Slee Blackwell Solicitors are an award winning, Legal 500 recommended practice. 2020 is our centenary year. We have come a long way in the past one hundred years, but we remain committed to the principles of our founder Ernest Slee to provide the highest levels of professional service.

We are proud to have been awarded Lexcel accreditation, the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and legal client care.

Our clients therefore have the peace of mind of knowing that their legal affairs are in safe hands and that their interests are being looked after by an established, accredited law firm that is dedicated to providing a first class service.

Our lawyers pride themselves on being approachable and responsive. We concentrate on finding solutions rather than dwelling on problems. Whatever legal support you need we are here to give you honest, straightforward and effective advice in language you will understand.

Products & Services

Accident Management

Commissioner for Oaths

Compensation Claims

Divorce Law

Human Rights Law

Legal Services

Power of Attorney

Wills

Businesses

Company Formation

Conveyancing

Employment Law

Legal

Mediation

Probate Registries

Civil Litigation

Company Law

Criminal Law

Family Law

Legal Advice

Personal Injury

Property Law

Reviews

I no longer have confidence in the legal profession

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During the purchase conveyance, they failed to give adequate advise over land owned by a third party directly in front of my house and then after completion, when asked to explain to me my title deeds as people parked across my front door they gave, what turned out to be factually incorrect advice.

During the sale of my property in Wales, which also ran a bed and breakfast business, they knowingly allowed the buyer of my property to obtain my bed and breakfast business without any payment to myself for the business.

During the conveyance process I put in writing three times to this solicitor that the buyer had not agreed to purchase my business, only my house - and yet this solicitor failed to raise the issue with me. This firm of solicitors then allowed a clause in the contract which stops me taking any action against the buyer, who immediately having purchased my house, re-established my bed and breakfast business.
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