As a close knit, family run law firm, we provide friendly, professional advice to local people from a local office. We are specialists in Will drafting, Lasting Powers of Attorney, and the administration of deceased’s estates (Probate). Our approach is based on getting to know our clients, understanding their concerns and objectives, and taking the best possible care of them at every stage.
Traditionally, it’s how solicitors have always worked. But in an age when law firms are becoming more corporate and impersonal, Hudsons Solicitors is proud to be a bit ‘old school’. We’re confident you’ll find us helpful, professional, reliable, reassuring – and extremely refreshing.
MEET THE TEAM
Principal Solicitor and Director
Following a successful career in financial services, Jonathan Hudson attended the College of Law in London and qualified as a solicitor in 2003. He worked for a large regional firm, Coffin Mew LLP, in Fareham before establishing Hudsons Solicitors in 2011.
Jonathan is a fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly, and a member of the Law Society’s Private Client Section, and the Hampshire Law Society. Outside work, Jonathan enjoys sailing boats, in particular cruising the South Coast, Channel Islands and the Baltic.
Chartered Legal Executive (FCILEx)
After university, Mary enjoyed a successful career as a mortgage broker. Mary decided to retrain and began her career in the law in 2009, running her studies alongside her role as a conveyancer.
She worked in conveyancing for 5 years and joined her brother at Hudsons Solicitors in 2014, where she now deals with wills, lasting powers of attorney and probate matters. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and an associate member of Solicitors for the Elderly.
Mary enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 children, and her dog. She also enjoys going to the gym, surfing and yoga.
Consultant Chartered Legal Executive FCILEx TEP
Sarah has worked for many years in Lymington, undertaking a broad range of private client work with a particular interest in issues affecting older clients including advance decisions, Lasting Powers of Attorney, management of financial and general affairs and mental capacity issues.
James qualified as a Solicitor in 1979 and for the last 20 years has practiced exclusively in Private Client law. Based in mid Hampshire James provides advice to clients of Hudsons Solicitors on a consultancy basis
James is actively involved in his local community particularly through Rotary and Churches Together in Alresford and enjoys gardening and walking in the Hampshire countryside particularly with his daughter’s cocker spaniel Gary (and James’s wife Clare)