Partner and Head of Private Client Services
Paul Solomons founded Solomons Solicitors in 2009, when he joined in partnership with Edward Billins and incorporated the firm of Billins & Co into the new practice.
Paul is a highly experienced solicitor who qualified in 1989 following obtaining a degree at the University of Kent and studying at the College of Law, Chester. Paul’s career path led him to becoming head of the Private Client department at Frettens solicitors in Christchurch in 1992 and thereafter a partner at Frettens in 1995 until he chose to leave to set up Solomons Solicitors.
Paul is a member of the Private Client section of the Law Society and the specialist Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE). He is and has been a member of a number of charitable committees and, in particular was Chairman of the Christchurch Citizens Advice Bureau board of Trustees for 10 years.
Paul prides himself on providing personal, straightforward and bespoke advice to all his clients.
Area of expertise
Paul leads the firm’s private client department and is able to offer his clients extensive knowledge and experience of all matters relating to:
- Inheritance tax
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
As well as all relevant elder client law.
In my personal time…
At home, Paul and his wife Jo have two sons who are now both studying at University in term time. His main interests can best be described as: “Arsenal supporting Francophile foodie who reads history and politics and aspires to improve his tennis.”