• June 2019
    Jackamans Solicitors Felixstowe conveyancing department under the spotlight

    Jackamans is one of East Anglia’s longest established law firms, with offices in Felixstowe, Ipswich, Diss and Harleston.  The firm’s conveyancing department is headed up by Partner James Laband who has been with the firm for over 30 years, and Fiona Hollis and Jonathan Cox are the conveyancing executives based in Felixstowe.

    Fiona moved to Felixstowe in 1968 and has been with the firm since 1986.  She has a wealth of local knowledge which is invaluable in her job. Fiona observes: “With the increased use of the internet for all kinds of professional services - including conveyancing, we find that people value the personal relationship and local knowledge that we offer even more.”

    Out of hours, Fiona is kept busy with her grandchildren, and enjoys gardening, walking and generally keeping active.

    Jonathan Cox has over 30 years’ experience in residential conveyancing and also has knowledge of planning and building regulation issues from his time working in the legal department of a local authority.

    Jon says “For many people house sale and purchase represent the most important financial decisions they will ever make.  We are sensitive to the pressure that clients can experience and do our very best to assist, keeping clients fully informed on costs and events at each stage of the process.”

    Jon’s enjoys fishing and wine and a good cigar whilst listening to the Blues.

    If you are buying or selling a property do give Jackamans a call on 01394 279636 or email Fiona or Jonathan at or

    Jackamans Solicitors provides a comprehensive range of other legal services for businesses and individuals including advice on company matters, commercial and personal litigation, family, personal injury, and wills, trusts and probate.  



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