Lorna Denton-CardewLorna  Denton-Cardew

Partner Private Client

Lorna began work in the field of Wills and Probate in 2002 and qualified as a Legal Executive in 2008. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and an Associate of STEP (Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners), Lorna specialises in private client matters.  She has gained a wealth of experience in Wills, Trusts, Probate, Court of Protection, Lasting Powers of Attorney and matters affecting the elderly.  

Clients find Lorna approachable and compassionate.  She is able to explain the sometimes complicated legal aspects of the work in a straightforward, easy to understand way.

Lorna became a partner of Jackamans on 1st April 2019.  She enjoys running and horseriding in the local countryside where she lives with her family.

James LabandJames Laband

Partner Conveyancing

James qualified as a solicitor in 1984. In 1988, he took up a position with Jackamans in the Felixstowe office, specialising in residential property work and in 1997, moved to Diss to be Partner in charge there, the Firm having merged with Rollin & Co. James has been the Senior Partner of the Firm since May 2005.

Paul McGrathPaul McGrath

Partner Personal Injury

Paul joined Jackamans in 1984 and is now Managing Partner. Paul specialises in Personal Injury Claims, being invited to join the Law Society's Specialist Panel in 1994. He has considerable experience of handling all types of claim including complex catastrophic injuries.

Timothy OwersTimothy Owers

Partner Family

Timothy qualified as a Solicitor in 1991 and became a Partner in 1995. He leads the Firm's Family Law Department working at the Firm's Felixstowe office. He specialises in matrimonial finances and proceedings relating to children and has been a member of the Law Society's Family Panel since 1999

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