Greene & Greene is a long established firm of solicitors based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Our lawyers advise individuals and businesses based all over the UK.
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For general enquiries, please use the details below. If you require more specific advice, please contact a lawyer listed in a practice area closely relating to your enquiry.
If you are visiting our offices, limited car parking is available and can be reserved in advance. Access to our car park is via St Andrews Street South (for satellite navigation systems, please use IP33 3PH).
Greene & Greene has a long standing reputation for attracting lawyers who are looking for something a little different - greater autonomy and responsibility, increased client contact, high quality work, excellent rewards and long-term prospects.
If you are interested in joining us, don't wait to hear of a vacancy, please call or email Simon Ratcliffe. Some of our best appointments have been initiated by lawyers contacting us to tell us why we couldn't live without them!
Greene & Greene regularly hosts a series of workshops and seminars on current legal issues. These are always very popular with clients and professionals. The seminars are free to those who have registered their places in advance. Details will be posted on this page as soon as the workshops/seminars are being organised.
To register your interest for one or all of the seminars please click here.
Tax and Residential Property – Downsizing, Surcharges, What Next? – Tuesday, 13 September 2016 at 8:00am (Denny Brothers’ Conference Rooms, Kempson Way, Bury St Edmunds)
Wayne Perrin (Private Client) and Jonathan Mathers (Agricultural and Residential Property) will look at the broad range of taxes from a residential property perspective including:
Whose Will is it Anyway? – Tuesday, 18 October 2016 at 8:00am (Denny Brothers’ Conference Rooms, Kempson Way, Bury St Edmunds)
Introduced by Wayne Perrin (Private Client) and with the main session including Kate Chandler (Contentious Trusts and Probate), Martine Swaep (Private Client), and Ben Fox (Contentious Trusts and Probate).
The decision in Ilott v Mitson (currently referred to the Supreme Court) brought to the public eye the ability to “interfere” with a person’s Will. This caused a large degree of consternation in the English media, with some commentators even expressing the view that there was no point now in preparing a Will. In this session attendees will be given the chance to sit in judgment on a (fictional) disputed Will case. This promises to be a lively and entertaining debate.
For further information on these tax and estates workshops, please click here
Annual Employment Law Update – Tuesday, 4 October 2016 at 10:30am (Denny Brothers’ Conference Rooms, Kempson Way, Bury St Edmunds)
Presented by Selene Holden and Greg Jones, our 19th annual employment law seminar will provide updates on developments in this area in the past year.
Further details to follow shortly.
Greene & Greene works with a range of different clients in different practice areas.