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Wrigleys maintain top spot in Chambers & Partners High Net Worth Guide 2019

23 July 2019

We have matched last year's success by maintaining their Band 1 ranking (regional guide) and are still a recognised National Leader (outside London).

Wrigleys are very proud to announce the results of the Chamber & Partners High Net Worth guide for 2019. Not only have we maintained our top spot in Band 1 for the regional guide of Leeds, Bradford and the surrounding areas, but our national presence has been recognised once again as 'National Leader' in the Private Wealth Law category.

The Chambers & Partners High Net Worth guide is a reference and directory of the leading firms and individuals who specialise in tax, trusts and estate planning.

To quote the guide: ''Wrigleys' "reputation is right at the top".

Our peers told the guide's researchers "I think they are one of the best in the area. They have fantastic clients and just have a broad team,".

We would also like to congratulate the partners who ranked again this year, Marie-Louise Hamilton, Andrew Wriglesworth and Angus Hunter Smart.

Private client work is at the core of our firm and continues to be a well respected department across the country by both our clients and peers in the legal sector.

To read the full Wrigleys profile within the guide please click here

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