Jenna Larcombe

Solicitor Commercial Property | Wells
Office: 01749 342323

Call Jenna

I qualified in May 2014 and specialise in leasehold and freehold commercial property transactions.

I joined the commercial property team at Mogers Drewett in May 2016. I specialise in leasehold and freehold commercial property transactions with particular experience in landlord and tenant transactions.

I believe in working with my clients with the aim of achieving practical and commercial results ensuring that I advise and guide my clients through every step of the process.

I am also a qualified civil and commercial mediator and am a member of the ADR Group international panel of mediators.

In my free time I enjoy reading, exercising, travelling and cooking. I also volunteer at Julian House in Bath helping to cook and serve meals to the homeless.


« Back to team

Latest news

featured post image

Change in divorce law looks set to stop the blame game

The news that no-fault divorce is likely to become law has been welcomed, but while the legislation waits for its place in the parliamentary calendar, families must continue to deal with one party being ‘blamed’ for the breakup or wait for the change in the law.   And with the parliamentary calendar full of another divorce…

Read more >
featured post image

Football boss sues solicitors after losing Premier League riches in divorce settlement

Huw Jenkins, the former chairman of Swansea City Football Club, is bringing a claim against his former solicitors. Here, Elizabeth Dowler, Solicitor in the Family Team at Mogers Drewett takes a closer look at the case. ‘Mr Jenkins claims that he has suffered a loss of £2.25 million as a result of a divorce solicitor’s…

Read more >
featured post image

HMRC announces revised policy on collecting VAT on deposits

HMRC has confirmed a change in guidelines, which came into effect from 1 March 2019, that VAT remains due on a deposit, even if the customer ultimately does not use the goods or services for which they paid. Previously, if non-refundable deposit money was taken for a VATable supply and the purchaser or customer did…

Read more >