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Please complete the form below. One of our team will then get back to you, normally on the same day. If you submit this on out of hours we will get back to you on the next working day.
Or simply email us:
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Please think carefully about the best and safest way for us to contact you, in order to avoid any possible risk or embarrassment.
All of our telephone numbers will come through to our support team.
If you call outside of office hours, (9-5pm), your call will be taken by our call minding service. They will take a message and one of our team will get back to you on the next working day.
If out of hours – the best way to contact us is by email.
All post should be sent to our Administrative Centre at:
Ian Walker Family Law and Mediation Solicitors
East Devon Business Centre,
We do not use the document exchange to receive letters or documentation
Service of Documents
Our address for service is our postal address at:
East Devon Business Centre, Heathpark Way, Honiton, East Devon, EX14 1SF.
We do not accept service of documentation or proceedings at any of our other addresses.
We will accept service of documents by email to the appropriate fee earner – BUT ONLY BY PRIOR AGREEMENT
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Our solicitor (or mediator)/client relationship starts when you have agreed to the terms of business that we will have sent to you.
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