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Thompson Smith and Puxon (TSP) Solicitors is one of the longest established and largest firms of solicitors in Colchester and Clacton, Essex

Thompson Smith and Puxon Solicitors provide a range of legal services for individuals, business clients and organisations. Our experienced lawyers have specialist legal knowledge across a broad spectrum of the law.

Recent News

Jan
2020
TSP Wills and Estates Team Continues to Expand

Thompson Smith and Puxon (TSP) is pleased to announce the addition of Jane Adams (GCILEX) to our expanding, Legal 500 recommended, Wills and Estates Team.
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TOLATA cohabiting couple
Jan
2020
The Dogmata of TOLATA – Belief in the Court Process.

The modern age has presented many new living arrangements for the public. It is now the norm for couples to reside in property together before entering into marriage or a civil partnership and many couples will decide not to marry or become civil partners. The risk is that the cohabiting...
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Colchester and Ipswich Hospitals
Jan
2020
CQC Rates Colchester and Ipswich Hospitals as Requires Improvement

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) published its Inspection Report of East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust on 8 January 2020. The report rates the overall trust, which comprises of both Colchester Hospital and Ipswich Hospital, as requires improvement.
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