In some of life’s most sensitive moments, you need to feel protected and safe. In our experienced hands you will.
Our team of experts are hear to listen and represent you, acting with sensitivity, pragmatism and discretion, we get results.

At AmicusLaw people are at the heart and soul of our purpose, from our loyal customer base and the businesses we support, to our dedicated and fast-growing team. We pride ourselves on our continuous learning, growth and evolution to provide better services, a workplace to be proud of and an environment where everyone feels safe and supported.  

With 9 offices ideally situated in the heart of the South West in Bridgwater, Wellington, Minehead, Yeovil, Exeter, Martock, Ilminster,  Taunton and Weymouth we are delighted to provide quality local legal support, that’s accessible to all. 

AmicusLaw: your trusted friend, delivering exceptional client service, expertise and cost-effective legal solutions.

How can we help you?

Additional Services

In addition to our main legal services we are also pleased to help with the following:-


Independent Legal Advice

Professional guidance from a lawyer, ensuring unbiased and objective legal assistance. This is usually a one-off piece of advice, often connected with a mortgage or other secured lending and is required by the lender to ensure that someone who may be affected by the lending, but may not be the primary borrower, is fully aware of the implementations prior to signing any documents.


A statutory declaration is a document setting out a series of facts or circumstances that the person making that declaration confirms are true. These are usually used to satisfy some sort of legal requirement where no other evidence is available. Statutory declarations must be signed in the presence of a solicitor, commissioner for oaths or notary public.


Certification of Documents

Legal certification ensures the authenticity of copies of original documents, ensuring their validity for official or legal purposes. As there is no limit to the number of certifies copies that can be taken, these are a useful way to meet legal or administrative requirements, without having to part with important original documents.


The Land Registry Form ID1 is used to prove the identity of a party to a legal property transaction where that individual is not legally represented. The Land Registry requires that these are completed by a very limited range of professionals, including solicitors in order to confirm their validity.

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“We offer cost effective legal solutions in a informal, friendly and welcoming environment. We are patient, attentive and empathetic to your legal needs.”


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Angela  Clapp

Angela Clapp

Private Client Secretary
Richard Kemp

Richard Kemp

Consultant Solicitor
Ebony  Baker

Ebony Baker

Legal Assistant
Jo  Summerill

Jo Summerill

Medical Records & Client Support Assistant
Lynne Small

Lynne Small

Conveyancing Assistant
Jess Coombes

Jess Coombes

Marketing Manager
Emily House

Emily House

Residential Conveyancer
Alex  Parris

Alex Parris

Advanced Paralegal (MCILEX)

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