One of the legal profession's most respected international private wealth management guides, has ranked Addleshaw Goddard's Private Client practice as one of the best in the UK.
The 2018 edition of Chambers High Net Worth Guide ranks the team #1 in Yorkshire and also the North West. It has also singled out Partners Pervinder Kaur and Yorke Eaton as two of region's best lawyers in this specialist field, and highlights Charlotte Smart as an Associate to Watch.
The Chambers Guide covers private wealth management work and related specialisms around the work, as well as featuring in-depth editorial about the leading lawyers and law firms for wealthy individuals and families.
In the guide, one interviewee reported:
"The firm's excellent reputation in the market is well deserved. The strength and depth of knowledge within the team gives us confidence that matters will be dealt with thoroughly with the best outcome for the client. They have the ability to address tricky matters head-on, with a pragmatic and sensible approach, cutting through the noise to identify and address the key issues. Despite their considerable knowledge, the team remain friendly and approachable."
Pervinder Kaur, Head of Private Capital at Addleshaw Goddard said: "High net worth individuals and their families are generally not woven into the fabric of very large law firms, but we take a very different approach and are delighted with this latest recognition. Our clients range from well-known corporates to extremely wealthy and influential high net worth individuals who look to us for wealth protection, tax minimisation and asset growth. The fact that we have the capability to guide clients through the complex jungle of wealth management as well as their other corporate law needs is a real differentiator, providing a seamless approach to their personal and business affairs."
Addleshaw Goddard's international Private Client team provides capital tax planning advice to high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs, regularly advising on succession planning, family governance protocols, will drafting and on trust formation and restructuring.