Blake Morgan and a number of team members have once again been listed in the Chambers High Net Worth guide – the go-to guide for private wealth advisers looking for intelligent support and advice.
Published annually, the latest edition of the guide covers private wealth management and related specialists in a range of jurisdictions around the world. The guide also features in-depth editorial about the leading lawyers and law firms for wealthy individuals and their families.
In this year’s guide, Blake Morgan’s team is noted for being a ‘well-oiled machine’ with one client quoted saying solicitors across the firm being are ‘very good at dealing with clients – empathetic, knowledgeable and very experienced.’
The guide highlights notable practitioners across the firm too, including Stephanie Walls and James Greig. Greig – a partner in the firm’s Oxford office – who advises on wills, trusts, probate and tax planning, is noted for his ‘continual focus on key affairs and [is an] excellent communicator. Walls, a partner in the Thames Valley litigation and dispute recognition team is recognised for having ‘particularly strong experience in Inheritance Act and trusts litigation.’
Mark Spash is also referenced, with peers noting he is a ‘warm and caring partner who makes things straightforward for his clients to understand.’
Helen Bunker, Private Client partner at Blake Morgan, said: “The Chambers guide is an important benchmark for the industry and highly valued by clients, so we’re pleased to have been recognised again for our focus on delivering results for private individuals. We believe our structure and our people – as well as our breadth of expertise – differentiates us from other firms and means we offer a high-quality personal service others can’t. We’re very proud to have been listed again and look forward to building on this year’s results.”
Clients of Blake Morgan include high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs and owners of business, farms and estates, and families that require advice on succession and tax, residential property or sensitive family issues spanning, divorce, mediation and mental capacity.