Individuals have very different needs to businesses, both emotionally and practically.
This differentiation has shaped the legal industry and how we do business, to ensure we have specialist private client lawyers responding to an individual’s personal plans across multiple areas such as tax planning, family and relationship decisions, property and philanthropy.
Our private client lawyers
We have detailed below the specific technical areas we can support you with as an individual, according to the legal framework in which we operate. These may involve succession, tax, family disputes, divorce, or buying and selling properties.
If you relate to any of the following areas, you may also be interested in our broader expertise supporting your businesses, business interests, business property, employees, contractual disputes, amongst others things, which can be found in the links below.
- International Private Wealth
- Investors & Entrepreneurs
- Landed Estates & Heritage Property
- Professionals & Senior Executives
We will be with you every step of the way as your trusted advisers, helping you secure the future of your family and your capital. Our private client lawyers understand the importance of working collaboratively with your other advisers. So we’re never short of a new angle on a tricky problem together.
Meet our private client lawyers
DIFC Courts Offer Digital Vault Service to Store Documents
Alexia Egger Castillo
Inheritance contracts: An unknown planning tool for Brits with assets in Switzerland?
How you choose to dispose of your estate after death requires careful consideration, especially where assets are in multiple jurisdictions
SDLT & the Autumn Statement
Paying their fair share? Non-doms and share for share exchanges
The Autumn Statement 2022: Bah Humbug?
Minimising the depletion of ‘clean capital’ by remittance basis users
The concept of clean capital is fundamental to UK resident foreign domiciliaries who wish to maximise the benefits of the remittance basis.
Interest rates are on the rise... including at HMRC
Tristram van Lawick
Land Manager Collaboration for Environmental Delivery
Explore the different ways land managers can work together to engage with environmental markets.
New Italian guidelines on taxation of trusts
Eye-catching announcements for private clients
What is the impact of the recently announced mini budget for private clients?
Riparian Owners: What are your rights and responsibilities?
Learn about Riparian land ownership and the associated rights and responsibilities.
British expats in Switzerland: What to do when someone dies
This note provides key guidance on what to do when someone dies resident in Switzerland.
Family Investment Companies are as efficient as ever
To hold, but not to have: corporate trustees and landed estates
Everything you need to know about corporate trustees and landed estates
Family Law: Is it time to make ADR mandatory?
U-turn on abolishing 45% income tax rate
The Art Net quotes Petra Warrington on how the Charities Act will impact restitution cases
A new law will give national museums significantly more power to deaccession works and make progress on restitution cases.
The Office of Tax Simplification will be shut down
Not so ‘mini’ a mini-Budget
Major tax changes announced in the fiscal event on 23 September 2022