With over 90% of our work coming from repeat business & recommendations, our philosophy to provide a personal service on which to build a long term relationship, has ensured that our clients receive a first class legal service. Whether you are a corporate or private client, we are committed to your individual needs, believing that attention to detail combined with experience, cost effectiveness and keeping you informed, has helped us build a strong reputation, locally and nationally, for quality and professionalism.

Serviced Areas

  • Exeter, Honiton & Tiverton

Contact Details

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  City Crediton
  Postcode EX17 2AL
  Address 2 Market St
  Phone Number 013 6377 2244

  • I would recommend this business

I have used Veitch Penny for years and years for all manner of things - in all my dealings with them I have found them to be excellent! Integrity, trust, common sense - everything you would wish for in a solicitor.

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Veitch Penny are proud to be supporting Macmillan Cancer's World's Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 28 September at their Crediton office from 10am-1pm. All welcome to join us for coffee and cake!
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From Our Website

From our offices in Exeter and Crediton, the team at Veitch Penny offers friendly legal advice and practical solutions to clients across Devon and further afield. Our personal, face-to-face service is designed to take away the stress, leaving you safe in the knowledge that you are in good hands. Established over 100 years ago, we have worked hard to combine the best parts of our traditional values with a modern, forward-thinking approach. We are not just efficient in the way that we work; we are caring and sympathetic to your needs.


Veitch Penny LLP is a niche solicitors' practice, providing a core group of specialist legal services to individuals and owner-managed businesses across Devon from offices are located in Exeter and at Crediton. Providing face-to-face legal advice and sensible solutions, we offer a friendly and personal service with a high level of attention to detail. Don't just take our word for it, though - have a look at our consistent 5 star feedback section (independently secured courtesy of FeeFo). Lexcel is a quality mark awarded by the Law Society to firms who meet its management and customer care standards.


If you're faced with a legal dispute, you can rely on us to resolve things - in or out of court - with the minimum of fuss. We deal with a broad range of disputes which include some of the areas below. If you dispute does not fall within these headings, please feel free to speak with one of our team. The death of a loved one is a distressing enough time in itself without the added upset of a dispute over a will. However, as family relationships have become more complicated and the value of estates has increased, we are seeing an inevitable rise in the number of people challenging wills.


As a business, you need expert legal advice from experienced, friendly lawyers. Whether large or small, new or established, you may, for example, be buying or selling commercial premises, developing land or granting or taking a lease, with or without mortgage finance. Let our specialist real estate solicitors take the strain and, using their skills, guide you through the process, providing tailored, personal advice to suit your own individual needs and objectives. With a variety of costs options available, depending on your budget and preferences, we will do all that we can to achieve the desired outcome as quickly and efficiently as possible.


Making a will ensures that your wishes will be carried out after your death. Unfortunately, if you haven't properly documented your wishes in a will, then the government will decide what happens to your possessions and your money. Having a will ensures that your possessions will be passed on as you want them to be. A will that is prepared by a qualified solicitor is less open to challenge, lowering the risk of your wishes being ignored. Our experienced team will make sure that your wishes are accurately recorded and appropriate to your circumstances.


Running your own business can be challenging given the myriad of different issues to consider and manage. We can ease the burden by taking care of the legal requirements, freeing you up to focus on the day-to-day running of the business. Our legal advice is straightforward, honest and appropriate to your business. We know how important it is for businesses to deal with legal issues promptly, so we always respond quickly. We also explain our costs upfront, allowing you to budget and preclude any nasty surprises.


A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone you trust to make decisions about your health care or finances if you become unable to make those decisions yourself. Setting up an LPA gives you the peace of mind that should something happen in the future, your interests will be in the hands of someone you trust. There are a number of reasons why you might need someone to make decisions for you or act on your behalf. It could just be temporary; for example, if you are in hospital and need help with everyday things such as making sure that bills are paid.