Crompton Halliwell

The Team

Joanne Grant Solicitor Crompton Halliwell Bury

Joanne Grant
Senior Partner
Probate, Wills, Litigation

Joanne, a partner since 2001, originally joined the practice in 1999 as a criminal lawyer. After retraining she now heads up the Wills and Probate department and specialises in probate.

James Daly Emma Lowe Pam Eccleston Jill Fennell Solicitor Crompton Halliwell Bury

James Daly
Conveyancing, Litigation, Employment

James is a partner who qualified in 2001 Having spent a number of years as a criminal solicitor James now heads our Conveyancing Department. He is also experienced in the fields of Litigation and Employment Law

Emma Lowe Solicitor Crompton Halliwell Bury

Emma Lowe
Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts

Emma has worked in our WIlls and Probate department since 2015. She qualified as a Solicitor in 2018 having completed her training contract at Crompton Halliwell and has been a partner at the firm since 2019.

Pam Eccleston Solicitor Crompton Halliwell Bury

Pamela Eccleston
Conveyancing Executive

Pam joined the practice in 1983 as an office junior before moving through the ranks to become a Conveyancing Executive. Pam specialises in residential sales and purchases and has a wealth of experience.

JillFennell Solicitor Crompton Halliwell Bury

Jill Fennell
Licensed Conveyancer

Jill qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer in 2001 and has worked in the local area for over 20 years. Jill has a friendly and approachable manner and has experience in all areas of residential conveyancing.

Kimberley Holgate Solicitor Crompton Halliwell Bury

Kimberly Holgate

Kimberly qualified as a Solicitor in 2002 and has dealt with residential conveyancing throughout her career. Kimberly joined the firm in 2022 and has a wide knowledge of all aspects of conveyancing.


Buying or selling a property can be a stressful and extremely time consuming experience. Our team help provide clients with clear and easy to understand information.


The role of an Executor can be daunting as an Executor is the only person who is entitled to administer an estate. The Executor is held personally liable for any mistakes made.


Wills are very important and without one you have little control of how your estate is distributed when you die. Making a Will lets you distribute your money and possessions how you wish.

Power of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legally binding document which enables you to choose a person or persons, that you trust, to deal with your affairs in the future should you become either physically or mentally incapable.


A Trust is a vehicle used to enable a chosen, trusted person (Trustee) to hold an asset in their protection for the benefit of another. Trusts can be complex , we therefore recommend you seek advice from our team of highly trained experts.

Employment Law

If a relationship between employee and employer breaks down, one solution is to enter into a 'Settlement Agreement'. This is a legally binding agreement that allows the employee to gain an agreed tax free lump sum whilst in return agreeing not to proceed with their case.

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