The local law firm working to make law more accessible

It does not take long to see why people feel safe in the hands of Pro-Law. Ian Mason, the Director and owner of Professional Law Services in Bude, has been in the industry since 1974. It is not just his in-depth knowledge and experience that puts you at ease; his constant drive and perseverance to bring the law to the community and provide accessible and affordable services, is what drives this firm and its staff.


Having moved back to the area to ‘retire’ with his wife, who originates from Kilkhampton, Ian’s passion for law couldn’t be kept at bay for long. Setting up Pro-Law in 2017, he set about offering legal services outside the usual structures available.


In doing so, Ian has been able to offer local people, particularly younger generations, an opportunity to train and obtain professional legal qualifications, while also supporting the community in accessing affordable legal services.

Having recently taken on a new member of staff, it seems appropriate to highlight the first-class offerings available from Pro-Law services; although not a solicitor’s practice, there are some fundamental services, both personal and for businesses, that are very accessible:


  • Top class Will writing services, and Lasting Power of Attorney
  • Estate planning, including Probate and Administration support
  • Employment advice
  • Contract Law
  • Support in buying and selling businesses


As well as these services, Pro-Law has been working to break down the barriers of legal terms, providing ‘Jargon Busters’ which offer a real insight into some of the more technical terms that we all hear but often are not that familiar with the meaning.


So, if you are thinking about a career in law and unsure where to start, need help with technical issues, or been putting off getting that will written, Pro-Law services are here to help. Local, affordable and accessible.


‘Working with the community for the benefit of the community.’


The first consultation with a new client, up to an hour, is always free of charge, so there is no cost and no obligation.


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