Professionals & Senior Executives face a number of demands in their busy working environment, whilst also trying to maintain personal relationships.
As busy professionals ourselves, we understand that your time is at a premium dealing with your work and personal relationships.
We are able to move quickly to deal with your immediate priorities and put plans in place for change and uncertainty within a longer-term strategy. We will look after all your private client needs efficiently and effectively in one place, with full access to our wider business services where needed. Whether you need advice on Wills or lifetime giving, tax, business-related issues, philanthropy, buying or selling property or family disputes, we work as a single team to find the right solution to meet your objectives.
We can also assist with your global mobility at a time when this is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve.
As employers and partnerships face liquidity and revenue issues, there is increased pressure on income (reduced salaries and lost bonuses), alongside a rise in expenditure and general business demands. This is all against the backdrop of the need to support your own clients, suppliers and business partners, often coupled with wider commitments, e.g. as charity trustees, not to mention the day to day requirements of life.
We are very conscious of the pressures that you are under in allocating time to deal with your personal affairs and of the complete confidence and trust you need in your advisers to achieve the optimum outcomes you are looking for now. As required, we can also deal with your own business issues and restructures, including in relation to remuneration; looking at these holistically in the context of your personal position too.
For more information about the specific Private Client legal services we provide, legal services we provide to businesses and our funds and regulatory legal expertise, please visit the relevant pages below.
Meet the team
Charles Russell Speechlys promotes five to Partner
The promotions are effective 1 May 2021 and are accompanied by one Legal Director and 15 Senior Associate promotions.
Charles Russell Speechlys boosts private wealth offering with the hire of an international tax team
Robert Reymond will be joined at the firm by Leigh Nicoll, Emma Tyrrell and Oliver Cooper.
Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on arrangements for children of international families
Asian Legal Business, Hubbis and eprivateclient report on the firm's expansion in Hong Kong
The firm's Hong Kong office continues to expand with the relocation of Real Estate Partner Simon Green to lead the firm’s focus in Asia.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Fudco Partnership on sale to Exponent-backed Vibrant Foods
Fudco is a family-owned business selling South Asian ethnic foods in UK and Europe.
Electrical safety standards in the private rented sector from 1 April 2021
The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector will apply to existing specified tenancies from 1 April 2021.
UK property market continues to thrive
Ray Ng, Robert Avis and Tom Watts write for IFC Review on recent trends in firewall legislation
Ray, Robert and Tom review recent developments in firewall provisions in BVI, Bermuda and Gibraltar.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP continues Hong Kong growth with the relocation of Real Estate Partner
We are delighted to continue the growth of our Hong Kong offering with the relocation of Simon Green to lead the firm’s focus in Asia.
I'm getting married in the morning, ding dong the bells are going to chime...
Co-parenting arrangements - what are they and what are some of the key considerations?
Patrick Gearon FCIArb
Insolvency Legislation in the GCC
The interesting times of the last 14 months were preceded by the interesting times of the financial crisis of 2008/2009.
EWS1 Forms - the latest episode
RICS have now published their highly anticipated guidance on when EWS1 forms will be required.
Guidance where Domestic Abuse alleged
High Court finds former unmarried couple hold weekend home as beneficial joint tenants (despite just one funding the whole £1,550,000 purchase price)
Knight Frank Wealth Report: The Global Perspective on Prime Property & Investment
Knight Frank partners joined Charles Russell Speechlys for a virtual panel-led discussion on the Knight Frank Wealth Report
The rise of cost sanctions in family law proceedings (even against successful parties!)
Covid throws stark light on need for Lasting Powers of Attorney, as the case of Derek Draper shows
Diversification of landed estates – a trade mark lawyer’s advice...
Mary looks at the diversification of landed estates and offers her expert advice from a trade mark perspective
“Do I have to mediate?”
A trained impartial mediator can work with a divorcing couple if they cannot sort matters themselves.