Fantastic reviews for our Wealth Preservation team in the Legal 500 2021
It is always pleasing to receive positive feedback and this month we thought we would share just some of the team successes that were published in this year’s Legal 500 – the leading guide to law firms and solicitors in the UK.
Greenwoods GRM was ranked highly for Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate in both Cambridge and Elsewhere in East Anglia (which covers our Peterborough team).
Clare Harris, head of our Cambridge Team, again achieved ‘rising star’ status, with numerous clients providing complimentary feedback including:
“Clare provided an excellent service, was very knowledgeable about the issues we were dealing with and above all took time to listen to our concerns”.
Ellen Eley, who is also now based in our Cambridge office, also received a mention with the following testimonial:
“I couldn’t have wished for a more helpful, efficient or caring person. I would not hesitate to recommend Ellen to anyone, and should I need a solicitor in the future, I would ask for her!‘
Members of the Peterborough team were noted for offering a “pragmatic and helpful approach” and for being “very good at speaking in plain English to clients so they understand”.
The London Wealth Preservation team received praise for delivering an exceptionally professional service with the clients at its heart.
“efficient and no-nonsense, responsive approach which differentiates the team from competitors”
and Muna being
“excellent and putting her clients at ease”.
The firm was also ranked highly for Agriculture and Estates, with the Wealth Preservation team often being involved in succession planning for farming businesses. Amongst other positive feedback, one of our agricultural clients commented that the firm is
“a friendly and approachable practice, that is small enough to retain the personal feel, but large enough to offer wide-ranging advice”.
We hope that you will be as pleased as we are with these positive results, as they really help to demonstrate that we are ‘lawyers you’ll enjoy working with’ – something we place significant focus on and take pride in achieving.
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