About Joss

Joss trained with Lupton Fawcett before qualifying as a solicitor in September 2012, and works in the Corporate Department.

Joss assists with all aspects of company law including (but not limited to): acquisitions, disposals, incorporations, reorganisations, shareholder agreements and articles of association, advising in relation to directors’ duties, and company secretarial matters across a range of industry sectors.

Joss has particular experience in the care homes sector, having assisted with a number of care home disposals, and is a member of the firm’s Care Homes Team.

When not at work

When not at work, Joss enjoys the cinema and classical music. He might be found at the gym or undoing that hard work with a pint of real ale. Joss also has a keen interest in history and has tried out a number of historical crafts.

Professional Societies

  • Law Society

Specialisms

I am delighted that my sister recommended Joss and your firm to me - at the time I did not realise how important it was going to be to have specialists in tax, trusts as well as corporate law and the fact that you had all three specialisms and worked so well together made the whole process far simpler for me…. Having in the past worked in house at a law firm for seven years and worked closely with lots of different law firms since, I know that the way you work is special.

Richard Shanks, Managing Director

Professional Financial Centre Limited

Thanks so much... we really couldn't have done it without you. Thank you!

Pippa Hale, Co-founder

PSL, Charity

2009

Graduated from Oxford University (Worcester College) with a BA in Jurisprudence

Joined Lupton Fawcett

Completed Masters Degree in Legal Practice

Qualified as a Solicitor at Lupton Fawcett

Promoted to Senior Solicitor

Promoted to Associate

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