Two of the oldest and most established Solicitors in Exeter and the South-West set to merge.

WBW Solicitors (founded in 1830) are set to merge with Crosse + Crosse (established in 1915) on the 1st August.

Both firms have been serving the community for many years in Exeter and beyond. Each are committed to offering the highest levels of legal services across a wide range of areas including property, private client, dispute resolution, family and personal injury.

The new firm will have offices in Axminster, Bovey Tracey, Chard, Exmouth, Honiton, Launceston, Newton Abbot, Paignton, Torquay, Seaton, and Sidmouth, and of course Exeter.

Announcing the merger, Sarah Witheridge, WBW Office Partner at Exeter said, “We are delighted to be joining forces with Crosse + Crosse, they are well known for their excellent attention to customer care and developing good relationships with their clients, which is fundamental to our ethos at WBW.”

Tim Selley, Partner at Crosse + Crosse said “We are very pleased for our staff and clients, that this exciting merger with WBW is taking place.  Crosse + Crosse have a long history serving the people of Exeter, and we are delighted to have found a firm which has a similar approach to the way we work, providing a personal service and value for money to our clients. We are sure that the merge will benefit for all, as we pool our talents and resources and broadens the range of legal services that we can provide”.

The new firm will be known as WBW Solicitors incorporating Crosse + Crosse and will operate from WBW Solicitors Exeter office which is located at 3rd Floor, The Forum, Barnfield Rd, Exeter EX1 1QR.

If you have any enquiries regarding the merger, please contact us by email on lawyer@wbw.co.uk, our live chat on our website or on 01392 274126.

Merger announcement: WBW Solicitors & Crosse+Crosse Solicitors

Pictured above: Nigel Parker (C+C), Suzanne Millage (C+C), Penny Evans (C+C), Sarah Witheridge (WBW), Karen Osborne (C+C), Lucy Williams (WBW), Oliver Poustie (WBW), Sophie Snell (WBW), Fiona Yellowlees (WBW), Lisa Wilcock (WBW), Katherine Wright (C+C), Richard Stevenson (C+C), Caroline Maunder (WBW), Tim Selley (C+C)