1. Sponsoring South West Chef of the Year 2018

    As a South West law firm, we are proud to back the prestigious South West Chef of the Year competition. We will be sponsoring the award for Best Showcase of Regional Ingredients in this significant annual event, which celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. The South West Chef of the Year is a key event in the…

  2. WBW South Devon Football League

    The long-running sponsorship deal between WBW Solicitors and the South Devon Football League has been renewed for the 16th season. Justin Osborne of WBW Solicitors said he was pleased WBW had been able to extend the sponsorship deal for another year, explaining that a new element to the link between WBW Solicitors and the South…

  3. WBW Sponsor Devon Pollinators Month

    WBW solicitors are pleased to sponsor Devon Pollinators month. Pollinators, which include bees, moths, butterflies and hoverflies, play a vital role in both nature and our food supply. It is therefore vitally important that we do everything we can to protect these species. Everybody can get involved, from individuals tending their gardens to managers of…

  4. Brain Tumour Research chosen as WBW Solicitors Charity of the Year for 2016/2017

    Over the coming months, the WBW team aims to raise thousands of pounds to support the charity, which funds a Research Centre of Excellence at Plymouth University.  The firm, which has 170 staff at branches in Newton Abbot, Torquay, Bovey Tracey, and Exeter, hopes to raise over £10,000 which will be invested in finding a…

  5. WBW Proud Sponsors of One Man Two Guvnors by TOADS Theatre Company, Torquay.

    About TOADS TOADS formed in 1944 as part of Torbay Operatic Society. They took up residence in the Little Theatre in 1988. In 2002 TOADS performed their 100th production at the Little Theatre. Their goal is to make drama accessible to everyone. They achieve their goal through volunteers and members who each play key roles…

  6. Ensuring Sufficient Money for the Catastrophically Injured

    Ensuring Sufficient Money for the Catastrophically Injured By Jane Couch I write having watched the 10 o’clock news on 27th February 2017. The report concerned a decision by the Lord Chancellor to lower the “Discount Rate”, used to calculate lump sum pay-outs in personal injury / medical negligence cases to minus .75 percent, from 2.5%….

  7. Director Who Resigned Banned After Company Failure

    A recent case shows that when the chips are down, being a director is less about the title of your job with the company and more about the role you assume. The case involved an insolvent company that went into liquidation in 2014 with a deficiency in excess of £1 million, mainly in respect of…

  8. Free Legal Advice

    Our Bovey Tracey Office holds regular Saturday Surgeries providing free legal advice. The date for the next surgery is 25th February, 9 am – 12 noon, please see below for further dates:  

  9. WBW Solicitors incorporating Peters Langsford Davies

    A merger of two established firms has created one of the largest legal practices in the South West. WBW Solicitors LLP has merged with Launceston based Peters Langsford Davies LLP. Steve Bulman, managing partner of WBW, said: “The Partners of WBW Solicitors are very pleased to welcome the Partners and staff of Peters Langsford Davies….

  10. Staff Profile: Jacqui Neate

    Here at WBW we value every one of our team members. Each member of staff has their own stories, motivations and reasons why they enjoy working for WBW. So we’ve decided to post a series of questions and answers with a staff member from one of our 4 offices. Today we talk to Jacqui Neate,…

  11. Abuse in football

    Sadly the abuse of children has always taken place. Once victims of abuse felt they could not come forward and make complaints, afraid that they would not be believed, afraid that the fame and celebrity of those who had abused them would hide their crimes and protect them from an investigation. Over the course of…

  12. DIY Probate Runs Risks

    It is entirely possible to apply for probate and deal with an estate without seeing a lawyer, but it’s not without risks warns legal WBW Solicitors who are members of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE). Many professionally drafted Wills contain trusts to save tax, to avoid those who inherit paying care fees and to reduce the…

  13. About WBW Solicitors South West Law Firm
    Merger leads to expansion

    A merger of two established companies will create one of the largest legal practices in the South West. WBW Solicitors LLP will merge with Peters Langsford Davies LLP, who are based in Launceston. From January both will continue to command an excellent reputation throughout the area. Steve Bulman, Managing Partner of WBW, which has offices in…

  14. Promotion of high achievers at WBW

    Leading South West law firm, WBW Solicitors is delighted to announce two senior promotions of Associates to Partner status. Amy Read joined WBW in 2013 after attending the University of Plymouth and undertaking her training contract with a Plymouth Law firm. She is a member of the firm’s Private Client team and has particular expertise…