• 29.03.16
    Jackamans acquires Harvey Son & Filby

    Jackamans Solicitors, with branches in Ipswich, Felixstowe, Diss and Harleston, continues to gain momentum with the recent acquisition of the well-established practice of Harvey Son & Filby. Harvey Son & Filby began in 1979 in London and moved to Ipswich in the 1980s.  Paul Harvey, one of the practice’s founders, will join Jackamans as a Partner on 1st April 2016.  Paul has many years’ experience in trusts, residential and commercial conveyancing, wills, probate and private client matters.  He also advises on charity law relating to churches.

    Private Client Solicitor Martin Banwell, who joined Jackamans in 2014, will become a Partner on 1st April 2016.   A member of the Private Client team specializing in wills, powers of attorney, probate and trusts, Martin is a member of “Solicitors for the Elderly” which promotes knowledge and awareness of issues for senior citizens.  

    Paul McGrath, Jackamans Managing Partner said:

    “I am delighted to welcome Paul Harvey to Jackamans.  His wealth of knowledge and expertise on a wide variety of legal areas will be a great asset to the firm.  Likewise, Martin Banwell’s new appointment as Partner, is well deserved.  Martin has proved himself to be an extremely efficient fee earner who demonstrates a real empathy with his clients.”


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