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Hunters recognised in Spear’s 2021 Tax & Trust Advisors Index

  • September 30, 2021
  • By Hunters Law LLP

Hunters is delighted to announce that the Firm and seven fee earners have been recognised in Spear’s 2021 Tax & Trust Advisors Index.

Partner Alexandra Sarkis is highlighted as ‘Top Recommended’ for Estate Planning. Partner Wilfrid Vernor-Miles is also recognised as ‘Top Recommended’ for both Estate Planning and Tax Planning. Additionally, Partner Charles Richardson is recommended for Probate and Succession Planning.

Partner Julia Richards is recommended in Estate Planning and Heritage Property, and Partner Lara Barton is recommended in Tax, Wills & Trusts and Probate. Partner Mary Elliott is recommended in Tax Planning and Succession. Molly Wills, a Solicitor Consultant, is recommended in Tax Planning and Probate.

The Spear’s rankings feature the best tax lawyers for high-net-worth individuals.

Spear’s publishes annual rankings of the top private client advisers and service providers to HNWs. These are drawn up on the basis of peer nominations, client feedback, telephone and face-to-face interviews, data supplied by firms, as well as information gathered by the Spear’s editorial and research teams.

Access the full list via Spear’s here

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