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Partner promotions at Wrigleys Solicitors

May 2016

Wrigleys is pleased to announce 3 promotions in its private client and charity property teams.

 

Jane Netting - Based in Wrigleys' Sheffield office, Jane deals with all areas of private client work such as Powers of Attorney, Wills, Probate but has a particular interest in Court of Protection work.  As part of this she deals with applications to make gifts or to sign wills on behalf of clients who lack capacity.  

 

Oliver Hallam - Oliver trained at Allen & Overy before joining Wrigleys and was listed in Private Client Practitioner's 'Top 35 under 35'. Oliver handles a mix of high value tax and succession planning work for family businesses, farms and landed estates.

 

Tim Wrigley - Before joining Wrigleys, Tim worked at the Charity Commission and now specialises in complex charity property matters for charities, property and governance for schools, religious institutions, other not-for-profit organisations and social enterprises.

 

Paul Nash, Managing Partner comments: “Jane, Oliver and Tim have excellent reputations in their specialist fields and their promotion is an important part of providing continuity for private and charity clients over the long term."

 

May 2016

 

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Jane Netting

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Sheffield

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Tim Wrigley

Partner
Leeds

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