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Court of Protection move up the ranks in Legal 500 lists for 2020

30 September 2019

The national Court of Protection team are delighted to have been recognised in the national legal directory Legal 500, 2020, for a new ranking of tier 2.

The team’s new profile reads: “Wrigleys Solicitors LLP covers all aspects of property and financial affairs and currently manages 101 deputyships and over 300 trusts. The specialist team is adept at providing advice on community care as well as other areas such as purchasing property and disability adaptation. It is well equipped to handle various complex court applications such as deputy appointments, applications relating to trusts and statutory wills. The practice has been appointed to the Office of the Public Guardian panel of deputies since June 2015. Lynne Bradey, Lisa Eato and Jane Netting are highly regarded.”

The directories researchers spoke to a number of clients and those who work closely with the team across the legal industry, and received very complimentary feedback:

Wrigleys is a force to be reckoned. Lynne Bradey has great experience. Jane Netting is highly focused and very responsive. Ian Potter is very intelligent and really knows the Court of Protection and trusts and Thomas Mundy is a real rising star’.

The team is attentive and has great expertise in non-contentious Court of Protection work. The lawyers are clearly a cut above the vast majority of their competition. The firm has a large pool of talent to draw on for Court of Protection work’.

Thomas Mundy is a real “go-to” for Court of Protection work. Jane Netting stands out for this area as well, being very calm under pressure‘.

Tracy Sladen battles her way through problems admirably. Charlotte Dyson is also very knowledgeable. Lynne Bradey has vast experience with Court of Protection issues‘.

A strong team. Lynne Bradey is knowledgeable and empathetic. Tracy Sladen – her clients have great confidence in her. Unflappable in the face of adversity‘.

Kate Edwards kept us fully informed at all stages in the process and advised us about the best course of action to take’.

Ian Potter is quick to respond and approachable. He understands the nuances of each case and is very knowledgeable‘.

Kate Edwards is experienced and empathetic and looks after a challenging client base well‘.

Kate Edwards is always willing to discuss any issues and propose a solution to problems‘.

A very well-deserved result for the Court of Protection team lead by Jane Netting and the Trusts Administration team lead by Lisa Eato both from the Sheffield office.

For more details please visit the firm’s profile on the Legal 500 website:

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