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24 July 2018

Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2018 gives top rankings to B P Collins

The Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) 2018 guide - which ranks solicitors and barristers in specialist areas of law in the high net worth arena - has announced the results for its latest edition.

Recognised as the most widely-used directory within the legal sector, the Chambers HNW Guide has chosen B P Collins’ high value residential property practice to be ranked on a national level for the first time. Its private wealth team led by partner Lucy Wood has also been recognised regionally.

Meanwhile, partner Craig Williams, has been awarded a top tier ranking for his success in private wealth disputes in the Thames Valley.

Martina Razaq, partner in the residential property team said:

“To be considered for this ranking with hundreds of other firms across the country is fantastic.  We are delighted to be recognised for our expertise in residential property matters including high value conveyancing.”

Lucy Wood, partner, private client team added:

“We understand the needs of our high net worth clients. Our in-depth knowledge of estate planning, probate and trusts, is essential in providing a bespoke and rounded service to our clients.”

The Chambers HNW guide reported that one client described Craig Williams as:

“Always very calm, professional, thorough and well mannered. He was intent on securing a good result for me and knew how, and the right people to contact, in order to achieve this."

Senior partner, Simon Deans, added:

“A great result for B P Collins. This guide confirms that we understand our high net worth clients’ very specific requirements. When they come to us, they will be guaranteed a discrete service with tailored solutions to meet their needs.”

Simon Deans

Simon Deans

Tel: 01753 279022 | 07841 672809

Lucy Wood

Lucy Wood

Tel: 01753 278650 | 07976 467466

Martina Razaq

Martina Razaq

Tel: 01753 279065

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