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Jul 19

Raworths receives recognition in national guide

Raworths is thrilled to have once again received Tier 1 ranking for York, Hull and surrounding area in the recently launched Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide 2019, a key publication for the international private wealth market.

Comments from the guide say: “The experience of working with Raworths is always positive.” “Their key strength is the client relationship, clients like them and they have very good rapport with them.”  “They’re very good at addressing technical issues.” 

Rachel Tunnicliffe, Peter Greswold and Caroline Hedges were all ranked in the guide with Rachel, once again, being singled out as the only Tier 1 ranked solicitor in the York, Hull and surrounding area.

Zoe Robinson, managing partner at Raworths said; “I’m delighted that Rachel, Peter and Caroline have received recognition in this highly-acclaimed guide.

“The inclusion affirms their depth of knowledge, skill and experience and the quality service they offer their clients. It’s an impressive accolade and cements the Trusts Wills and Estates unit’s reputation for excellence in the region.”

The Trusts, Wills and Estates team is one of the largest in Yorkshire with a staff of 20 and acts for clients across the region and the UK.  They assist with complex affairs including advising on business and agricultural assets, foreign assets, and charitable trusts.  Members of the team regularly act as trustees, attorneys and executors.

Rachel Tunnicliffe, head of the Trusts, Wills and Estates unit said: “This is a tremendous achievement for everyone who has contributed to the ongoing success of the department this year. The expertise and knowledge which Caroline and Peter have brought, combined with the dedication and commitment of the team has helped us to deliver the very best client service possible.”

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