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Henry Hood recognised in eprivateclient’s ’50 Most Influential’ 2024

  • January 16, 2024
  • By Henry Hood, Senior Partner

We are delighted to announce that Henry Hood, Senior Partner and head of Hunters’ family department, has been named as one of eprivateclient’s ‘50 Most Influential’ advisors in the 2024 listing.

As a leading family lawyer with over 20 years of specialist experience, Henry assists ultra-high net worth (UHNW) clients across a range of issues, including financial claims involving substantial wealth and complex UK and foreign assets, children matters and landed estate and farming divorce cases.

Henry is a mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer and is a Resolution specialist in financial provision and private children law. He also offers a ‘one couple, one lawyer’ service through Resolve, for separating couples looking to work together to reach an amicable settlement.

In his role as Senior Partner, Henry leads the firm’s wider private client practice, including our wealth and tax planning, probate and property services, with an emphasis on legal excellence and client care.

eprivateclient’s ranking identifies, recognises, promotes and introduces the leading practitioners of today’s private client profession. Those included in the list are leaders in providing the best possible advice and service for clients, and to driving innovation in meeting the needs of wealthy individuals.

On this achievement, Henry expressed his gratitude, saying: ‘I am honoured, grateful and proud to have been listed as one of eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential advisors 2024.

‘Leading our family department is a privilege and this acknowledgement reflects the efforts of the entire Hunters team, who all work hard to ensure that our clients experience the very best in client care and legal expertise’.

Hunters is also listed as a top law firm in eprivateclient’s 2023 Top Law Firms and Top Family Law Firms rankings.

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