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Testimonials

 

 

"Your work has been fully and much appreciated by us all."

 

 

 

 

 

MR. L -

 

"Many thanks James for your communication, humour and professionalism."

Mr E. -

Chris Cumberbatch - 'Thank you for your friendly and efficient service. I will of course keep you in mind should we need anything in the future.'

Dear Chris Cumberbatch

I know professionals are extremely busy and their time is precious, but it has been virtually impossible to obtain information about how to proceed with the situation of the house.

Your advice and information has been very, very helpful.

I thank you again profusely for all your patient help.  

Yours sincerely,

Ms Burton

 

 

"Thanks for all your work on our behalf, we could not have done this ourselves."

 

Mr D W -

Thank-you Mike (Thew) for all your efforts with the contract. We certainly ended up with a better agreement for our company and possibly for both sides. As perhaps a fringe benefit you’ve acquired two more admirers, B, P and Lord R!

 

MR & MRS S -

 "We highly recommend the team dealing with wills, trusts and probate. Remaking our wills became a much better experience as Jennifer Humphreys guided us through a more understandable and flexible format making us feel confident and comfortable with the arrangements. Similarly Christopher Howard gave an exccellent efficient and friendly service whilst dealing with two probate applications. The support staff were also very helpful and friendly and good communicators."

 

 

Mrs G -

 

"The service and help I have received from Marshall Hatchick has been first class in all aspects over many years. Recently, I have been very impressed with the kind, caring yet professional approach from Jennifer Humphreys when dealing with probate and will matters."

MR & MRS W -

"My wife and I are both pensioners but still in good shape in both mind body. However, we both know that this will not remain the case for ever and so we decided to draw up lasting power of attorney documents. Jennifer Humphreys at Marshall Hatchick, Woodbridge, completed the paperwork for us in a thorough, careful and considerate manner. She explained all the implications and ensured that we understood the process. Our wishes in regard to our health and welfare and property and finance are now recorded and copies lodged with our appointed attorneys. We can't look into the future but are sure this was a wise step to take."

 

 

GRATTAN ASSET MANAGEMENT -

 

"We've worked with Colin Clark since 2006. Our core business involves commercial property and as Marshall Hatchick's real estate partner, Colin's exhaustive knowledge in this area has proved invaluable in helping us through a wide variety of complex issues. We look forward to continuing to work with him in the years to come."

The History of The Ancient House in Woodbridge

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Woodbridge office is housed in one of the most beautiful and historical locations in the town. The Ancient House is a classic example of an early Tudor structure with a frontage from the 16th Century.

During the time of the Armada in 1588, Woodbridge was a centre for ship building, which meant that wood, especially oak, was in good supply in the area. Local historians therefore feel that much of the wood used for the extensive oak panelling, the elaborate staircase and the heavy exposed beams came from the off cuts no longer needed at the dock yard.

The Ancient House (St. Withburga) has been a listed building since January 1951 and in its long history has been a coaching Inn, a pork butchers and then in the 1930's it was restored and converted into a private residence. It is now our home and makes a comfortable and practical office space, whilst still retaining its historic charm and many of its original features.

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Diversity Data

Marshall Hatchick has a comprehensive Equality and Diversity Policy. As part of this policy, and under SRA guidelines, we publish diversity data biennially and the 2017 summary is available via clicking this link.