At Stokes Partners, our team of dedicated specialists includes highly experienced solicitors and legal executives.

We recognise that buying and selling property can be stressful and we take pride in providing a personal and efficient high quality and pro-active service to meet your needs. We will be in regular contact with you and will ensure your matter is actively and speedily progressed to completion with minimal fuss.

We are an accredited member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, which is recognised as the quality mark of regulatory compliance and service excellence for provision of conveyancing services.

We deal efficiently and effectively with a full range of property and clients both locally and nationally ranging from first time buyers and one bedroom flats to experienced buyers or sellers and multi-million pound homes. We will provide you with clear and helpful advice to guide you through the process and will do all can to meet your anticipated timescale without cutting corners.

Our service areas include:

Buying and selling homes

  • Investment properties, including buy to let
  • New homes
  • Building plots
  • Auctions


  • Homes
  • Buy to let
  • Lifetime/equity release schemes

Property transfers

  • Relationship breakdown
  • Gifts
  • Passing property to beneficiaries
  • Change of ownership from single to joint names, etc

Other property services

  • Ownership agreements
  • Lease extensions
  • Advice to guarantors

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Will Writing
The fundamentals of wills: Revocation

Our partner Michael looks at what makes a will and how they work, starting with revocation. Michael specialises in wills and inheritance disputes which means he is well position to explain this area and consider what happen when things go wrong.
The execution of a will, in most circumstances, revokes an earlier one.

A revocation clause, usually found at the start of a will, ensures there can be no doubt that the testator wanted their new will to replace an earlier one.

Reminiscence Learning last wee
Reminiscence Learning last week

All of us at Stokes Partners were delighted to host Archie from Reminiscence Learning last week.

Reminiscence Learning is an amazing Somerset based charity specialising in raising awareness of dementia across communities and generations, providing respite activity to support carers and those they care for and organising training sessions, carer support groups and community activity sessions.