Family Law

Family Law

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Welcome to Tozers' family team. Tozers is a leading law firm based in the South West of England, with offices in Exeter, Teignmouth and Newton Abbot. We have a large and experienced team of family law solicitors in Devon who are experienced in all aspects of family law. We offer free initial advice, legal aid, fixed fee services and also advise on complex finance cases.

We are committed to supporting our clients with family law matters to include Divorce, Separation, Finances, Spousal Maintenance, Pensions, Civil Partnerships, Parental Responsibility, Child Contact, Child Abduction, Grandparents Rights, Domestic Abuse and Care proceedings. Our Devon-based family law and divorce solicitors can also assist you with pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements.

Tozers LLP is an authorised company registered in England and Wales which has been recognised in Legal 500 and Chambers independent legal guides. Our Exeter law firm has been providing expert legal advice since 1785 and we are very proud to have earned a reputation for being reliable and successful with regards to helping our clients achieve favourable outcomes.

Our aim is to provide clear advice and excellent legal service on every occasion for every client.

To book a free initial assessment meeting with one of our specialist family law solicitors in Devon please call 01392 207020 or email

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May I take this opportunity of thanking all concerned at Tozers for their assistance to help my husband and myself separate in an amicable and friendly way.

By Anonymous

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