Experience & Background
Ejike studied in Sheffield where he obtained an LLB law (hons) degree and a Masters in International & European Law. Ejike also undertook the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Manchester.
Ejike trained with Overburys (now Spire Solicitors LLP) and qualified as a Solicitor in 2013. Ejike specialises in all areas of Private Client law including Will drafting, Administration of Estates, Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection work and Estate Planning. Ejike also specialises in Charity Law and is a member of the Charity Law Association which is at the forefront of the developments in charity law and practice. Ejike has particular expertise in establishing charities, converting unincorporated charities and Trusts to Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIO), advising charity Trustees on the most suitable operational structure, drafting charity constitution documents, dealing with property transfers etc. Ejike is also involved with the boards of the charities, Red Balloon Learner Centre for Bullied Children, Norfolk Community Law Service and the Norfolk Black History Month.
Ejike’s hobbies include participating in sporting activities, travelling, socialising, filming and photography.
Ejike and Sarah were both very personable and helpful.
Ejike provided very clear advice to explain an area of law that I was unfamiliar with. Ejike provided his advice in a clear and concise format, and was more than happy to make time to deal with my endless questions. Ejike was always commercial in his approach and provided potential solutions that I had not considered. I had full confidence in his abilities.
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