Private tax, probate and trusts
You have worked hard to make a future for yourself and your family and you want to protect your wealth to maximise the benefit of it for those you care about. The path to achieving wealth protection is full of traps for the unwary.
Our extensive experience and expertise in this difficult area is second to none and we can sensitively guide you on how to pass on your wealth in a protective manner and how to efficiently manage the administration of an estate or an existing trust.
We have been helping private clients achieve these fundamental goals for more than 120 years and have built up a wealth of experience as well as a reputation for outstanding service, where individuals are treated as individuals.
As our team is part of a full-service law firm, we can ensure that all aspects of your legal needs are dealt with by a dedicated team known to you.
As the only national private client team in the country, we can draw on our extensive skills and experience to help solve the problems and innovatively meet the challenges faced today by individuals, families, trustees and charities.
As the winner of ‘Private client and family team of the year’ at the Legal Business Awards 2009, our team is rated in Chambers UK as being ‘praised by rivals as first class and brimming with experts’.
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