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Legal 500 debut – Court of Protection

09 October 2015

Wrigleys Court of Protection team are celebrating an entry in the prestigious legal industry rankings in the first year of applying.

Paul Nash (Managing Partner) comments “It is fitting acknowledgement of the high regard that Lynne Bradey’s team is held by achieving a place in a national list of experts on the first year of trying. The firm is proud of their achievement.”

The listing follows a period of research by the editors into the expertise of the team, which includes interviewing independent third parties and seeking their comments on Wrigleys’ skills and experience.

Independent quotes that were published are:

the whole team works well to service the client

Lynne Bradey is “approachable and knowledgeable”

Newly promoted partner Ian Potter is “very well organised

Wrigleys also features highly in the publication for other areas of work: Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate , Charities & Not-for-profit, Agriculture & Estates, Pensions, Education, Employment and Transport (Rail Property)

Full details of Wrigleys 2015 Legal 500 listings are here

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