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Sep 16

Raworths ranked in eight areas of Law

Written by Zoe Robinson
Managing Partner

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The latest edition of Legal 500, a well-respected national guide to law firms, has just been released and Raworths Solicitors are delighted to have been recommended in eight areas of law. The Legal 500 guide has also mentioned six individual lawyers from Raworths for their expertise in their field. We are particularly delighted that one of those recommendations is in a national ranking.

The quality of advice to both business and individuals in West and North Yorkshire feature heavily for Raworths solicitors. The rankings see the firm sit amongst the best for legal advice in the areas of commercial property, corporate and commercial, commercial and property litigation, private client, family, mediation, agricultural and estates.

The arrival of David Garfitt to the Trusts, Wills & Estates team strengthened a “well established firm” dealing with advice on wills, succession planning and tax planning issues to net worth individuals as well as the agricultural and rural client.

Under Carmelita Ardren’s leadership of the firm’s family lawyers, they are described as an “impressive team” showing expertise in advice to high net worth individuals, family business owners and large agricultural estates.

Zoe Robinson, Managing Partner, says: “I am delighted to see recommendations across eight areas of law, our best result in the Legal 500 to date. This shows the commitment Raworths Solicitors have to the West and North Yorkshire community in providing superior legal advice to both individuals and businesses.”

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