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.'
"Thanks for all your work on our behalf, we could not have done this ourselves."
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."
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."
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.
Mr A and Mrs W. -
"Many thanks for all your help and advice. It is much appreciated."
"Your work has been fully and much appreciated by us all."
MR. L -
"Many thanks James for your communication, humour and professionalism."
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."
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!
Old Bank House
Office switchboard 01728 602323
Secretary: Louise White
Secretary Phone: 01728 602323
1 Marylebone High Street
Keith Hatchick was formerly a partner at a large West End firm, after having worked for some years with Nabarro Nathanson. He handles a broad range of corporate commercial ventures from small business start ups, joint ventures and partnerships, to mergers, acquisitions, corporate finance and Stock Exchange work (particularly secondary markets). Keith has contributed to a number of journals and books and given seminars.
Keith is professionally involved in a number of arts and media organisations and represents a couple of music and opera festivals. He is also a director of the Executive Association of Great Britian.
The Ancient House
Michael Thew qualified as a solicitor in 1975 and specialises in company commercial law. He was a partner for many years in Druces & Attlee, one of the oldest firms in the city of London. Michael joined us as a consultant in January 2002 and brought with him a wide base of clients in the UK and abroad which has continued to expand since that time.
Michael was a regular broadcaster for a number of years on BBC Radio Suffolk as the "Suffolk Daily Solicitor" on their legal advice programme and has also participated in TV broadcasts with Anglia Television.
Michael is a keen sportsman which has led to the firm's sponsorship of the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Cricket League, the premier club cricket league covering Essex and Suffolk. He is the chairman of their disciplinary committee and in his time has been both Chairman and President of Coggeshall Cricket Club. He is also a keen Ipswich Town fan and is married with one son and two stepdaughters.
The Ancient House
Christopher Bird was admitted as a solicitor in 1963 and soon after joined a firm in Lincolns Inn where he remained until 1972. He then moved to Josselyns whose practice was in Ipswich and Woodbridge. He became a partner in 1974 and was enrolled as a notary public in 1984. Josselyns practice merged with Marshall Hatchick in March 2005. Chris has been mainly concerned with private client work involving property, wills, trusts and general family matters.