Essex and Suffolk law firm Ellisons expands into Chelmsford

From left, Seamus Clifford, Natalie Simpkins, Paul Forsyth, Ross Wiltshire, Tim Logan and Guy Longhu

From left, Seamus Clifford, Natalie Simpkins, Paul Forsyth, Ross Wiltshire, Tim Logan and Guy Longhurst at Saxon House, home of Ellisons Solicitors' new Chelmsford office. Picture: Mathew Champney - Credit: Archant

Law firm Ellisons Solicitors has opened a new office in Chelmsford, bringing its network of locations to six.

From left, Paul Forsyth, Guy Longhurst, Ross Wiltshire, Seamus Clifford,Tim Logan and Natalie Simpki

From left, Paul Forsyth, Guy Longhurst, Ross Wiltshire, Seamus Clifford,Tim Logan and Natalie Simpkins at Ellisons Solicitors' new Chelmsford office. Picture: Mathew Champney - Credit: Archant

Ross Wiltshire and Paul Forsyth will be leading the Chelmsford team, based at Saxon House in Duke Street.

Ellisons, which traces its roots back to 1764, already has offices in Colchester, Ipswich, Harwich, Clacton and Frinton, having almost doubled in size over the past four years.

The Chelmsford office will advise on a range of issues, both commercial and personal, as well as independent financial advice (Ellisons Financial Planning).

Guy Longhurst, senior partner, said: “We’re delighted to have opened the new Chelmsford office. We are looking forward to bringing our exceptional service standards, and philosophy of providing straightforward, clear advice to our existing clients and contacts in the Chelmsford area, as well as the wider marketplace.”

From left, Paul Forsyth, Guy Longhurst, Ross Wiltshire, Seamus Clifford,Tim Logan and Natalie Simpki

From left, Paul Forsyth, Guy Longhurst, Ross Wiltshire, Seamus Clifford,Tim Logan and Natalie Simpkins at Ellisons Solicitors' new Chelmsford office. Picture: Mathew Champney - Credit: Archant


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Ellisons now has a total headcount of almost 200, including 21 partners. The opening in Chelmsford also follows a period of heavy investment in IT and a process of digital transformation which has been undertaken across the entire firm.

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