Andrew Jackson appoints trio to private client department

Andrew Jackson appoints trio to private client department

Three new appointments have joined the private client department at Andrew Jackson Solicitors.

Geraldine Martin joins the firm as partner in the tax and trusts team at Hull-, York-, Scarborough- and Grimsby-based Andrew Jackson.

Martin brings more than 20 years of experience advising clients on a wide range of matters, including wills, trusts, and the administration of high-net-worth estates, to the firm.

Commenting on her appointment, Martin said: “I am excited to join a firm that has made such great strides regionally, nationally and overseas, yet remains committed to delivering a service with personal care and attention at its heart.”

“I have been aware of the strength of the firm’s private client team for some time, so I’m delighted to have joined such a well-established department.”

Elizabeth Dunn and Jannie Weeks also join the tax and trusts team as a solicitor and paralegal, respectively.

Richard Hoare, head of private client, said: “Today’s announcement reflects our continued investment in the team, the development of our client offering and, most importantly, our commitment to the delivery of an excellent service.”

“I warmly welcome Geraldine, Elizabeth and Jannie to the team and feel confident that their knowledge and experience will play a key role as we continue to provide a tailored, personal service with trusted expertise.”  

Mark Pearson-Kendall, managing partner of Andrew Jackson, added: “The firm continues to grow each year, in terms of the breadth and scale of the work we are delivering. The appointments of Geraldine, Elizabeth and Jannie reflect this growth and the increasing demand for the wide range of experience and expertise offered by our private client team.”

Pictured: Jannie Weeks, Geraldine Martin and Elizabeth Dunn
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