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Blake Morgan LLP’s experience encompasses complex estates, tax planning and trusts matters, often with cross-border elements. ‘Excellent’ practice head Rachel Brooks is noted for her ‘ability to look at the practical aspects of cases’. Simon Treherne and Douglas Smith are also recommended.

Clarke Willmott LLP’s seven-lawyer team is experienced in succession planning, estate administration and legal issues affecting the elderly. Kelly Greig joined in 2015 from Trethowans LLP; she heads the practice, which includes Jessica Wiltshire. Anthony Whitwell has left the firm.

Moore Blatch LLP is recommended for its ‘client-centred, committed and conscientious’ approach. The ‘supportive and empathetic’ Fiona Heald heads the Court of Protection practice, while the ‘sharp, knowledgeable and accommodating’ Carla Brown leads on wills, tax and trust matter. Joyce Bradbeer is also recommended.

Paris Smith LLPhas superb business acumen and knowledge’. Practice head Nick Turner regularly acts for high-net-worth clients, and the team as a whole is experienced in the mitigation of inheritance tax, onshore and offshore trusts and advising on wills.

Penningtons Manches LLP’s team stands out for its ‘wealth of knowledge, experience and substantial resources’. Recent highlights include advising PennTrust on a claimant issue concerning a Georgian businessman’s estate. Michael Cash and senior associate Sian Hodgson have ‘an impressive knowledge of the technical law’.

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