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Partner recognised in international high-net-worth legal guide for advice given to individuals

15 August 2019

Our partner Simon Cook has been recommended in an independent national guide, which recommends the leading professional advisers in the field of private wealth law.

Chambers High Net Worth has named Simon as a “notable practitioner”, with a source in the guide noting that he is “pleasant and easy to deal with”.

Simon, who leads our wills, trusts & probate team, has more than 25 years’ experience in the field. His specialisms include complex estate and tax planning, lifetime trusts and vulnerable beneficiaries, and the creation and administration of personal injury trusts.

The 8-strong wills, trusts & probate team is one of the largest of its kind in the region, and is also recommended in another prestigious independent national legal guide, The Legal 500.

Willans LLP acts for individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organisations based locally, nationally and internationally, and employs around 80 people across multiple offices in Imperial Square, Cheltenham.

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