• October 2019
    Jackamans Solicitors expands its commercial team

    The commercial team at Jackamans Solicitors is expanding with the addition of a newly qualified solicitor, Emily Egan, in January 2020.

    Emily, who is currently a trainee with the firm,  will be joining Consultant Howard Wright, a solicitor with over 30 years’ experience in the commercial field in East Anglia, and Stephen Roy, a Senior Solicitor with a wide range of commercial property expertise including that gained from his years working for Aviva Property Finance.

    We believe that by inviting Emily to work with Howard and Stephen, we add depth and strength to the existing commercial team set-up and will allow Jackamans to continue to develop a presence across Suffolk and South Norfolk. Whilst Emily will be based with the rest of our Team at Diss, she will be able to assist our existing client base at our branches in Felixstowe and Ipswich, where she lives, by acting as the first point of call for our commercial clients from Suffolk.

    The commercial team can also assist clients with corporate matters such as the incorporation of companies, partnership agreements, joint ventures, share purchases and buy-backs along with property matters including, commercial leases, sales and acquisitions, property financing or re-financing, residential and commercial development, lease extensions and enfranchisement.

    In addition to the Commercial knowledge built up whilst working with the current team, Emily has significant experience of working within residential property obtained prior to joining us. Accordingly, she is equipped to deal with both small and larger scale residential developments along with plot sales, residential lease transactions and enfranchisement.

    If you have any queries you think our commercial team would be able to assist you with please do not hesitate to contact us on 01394 279636 or email Emily at


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