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We can help you. Get in touch for your free advice. Call us on 01392 209209 if you want to discuss any legal matter, whether it is a divorce, child issues, matters including property*, or a personal injury issue. If you prefer, you can contact us by email here.

At Rundlewalker, our Exeter based team of experienced family law and divorce solicitors include SRA Children and Family Law Accredited members that can help you in all areas of family law. We have Accreditation with and adhere to, the Resolution Code of Conduct (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association), which is aimed at minimising conflict wherever this is possible, especially where children are involved.

We also have a dedicated civil litigation and personal injury department. They can deal with many types of disputes including contract disputes, personal injury and land disputes.

Remember, our help begins with an assessment which could be invaluable to you. We’ll talk to you about your situation and look at all your options. Depending on what action you might need to take, this includes possible fixed fee arrangements.

Our approach is friendly and sympathetic, and we are passionate about helping our clients find the happiest outcomes at every stage of family life.

Whatever’s on your mind, call us; the advice you receive could be invaluable. 01392 209209.

Exeter Solicitors Rundlewalker have been acting for families and individuals in the West Country and beyond, for many years. Whether you want to deal with property matters*, plan for the future, deal with a bereavement or other family issues, we have the legal services to match.

*Our free initial advice does not include property conveyancing.

Our CEO Nick Dudman explains the proud company ethos and celebrates the recent success of the company having its Lexcel Law Society kite mark renewed. To learn more, please view our video below.

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