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  • September 2016
    News from Jackamans' Wills and Probate dept at Felixstowe


    Now that it’s official, I have the pleasure of announcing that this month’s update comes from Jackamans’ newest qualified solicitor – me, Fiona Mann! It has taken a degree, a Graduate Diploma in Law, a Legal Practice Course, a Professional Skills Course, months of paralegal work and two years of recognised training, but I must say that it has all been worth it to achieve my ambition of becoming a fully-fledged solicitor. All that remains is to attend my admission ceremony at the Law Society in London to celebrate with my husband and family members who have supported me throughout.

    I will be eternally grateful to Jackamans for giving me the opportunity to progress my career, and in particular to the Felixstowe team who have made my wills, trusts and probate training so rewarding. I am staying with Jackamans as a newly qualified solicitor at the Felixstowe Office, and I look forward to continuing to develop and to learn from our head of department, Carol Lockett, who has over 30 years’ experience in the field and is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

    As always, please do feel free to drop into the Felixstowe office if there is anything that I or another team member can assist you with. (167/171 Hamilton Road, Felixstowe, IP11 7DR).

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