Newark is headed up by two partners, Jeremy Blatherwick and Andrew Stout.

Jeremy is the Senior Partner and he specialises in commercial and residential property law; his commercial property work has included sales, purchases, mortgages and leases; first registration of title; commercial agreements including terms and conditions of sale, Partnership and Shareholders’ Agreements. Jeremy’s commercial law experience is highly regarded by his clients.

Jeremy is supported by commercial lawyer, Mandeep Kaur, senior litigator, Stephanie Whitchurch and commercial lawyer and litigator, Ross Pierrepont.

Jeremy also the Head of the Conveyancing department and is supported by solicitors Hayley Barber and Jaya Venkatasamy and conveyancing executive, Kerry Baldwin.

Jeremy Blatherwick, a commercial solicitor at Tallents Solicitors in Newark discusses setting up a business

Jeremy Blatherwick

Andrew has worked as a family and criminal lawyer, specialising in family law  and children law since 1999 and is a member of the Law Society’s Children Panel. He is also an Accredited Family Law Specialist with Resolution. Andrew’s workload covers the broad range of family proceedings, including separation and divorce, financial matters which arise from separation and divorce and all issues in respect of children, such as Child Arrangements.

Andrew is supported by family lawyer Alexandra Kelly.

Andrew Stout, Partner and head of Family law at Tallents Solicitors looks at divorce and future financial claims

Andrew Stout

Jeremy and Andrew are also supported by a range of experienced solicitors and legal staff, including Ann Farnill as Head of the Wills, Trust and Probate department.

Ann specialises in the preparation of wills, inheritance tax advice and dealing with probate and estate administration. Ann is supported at Newark by Sarah Allen, Audrey Clayton, Jane Schofield and tax specialist, Malcolm Ellison.


Ann Farnill, Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate at Tallents Solicitors encourages parents to write a will during Will Aid month

Ann Farnill