Edwin Coe is delighted to announce that its Private Client team has been recommended again, in the latest edition of the Chambers High Net Worth guide for Private Wealth Law (Band 5) in London.
Head of department Alison Broadberry has again been recommended as a Notable Practitioner alongside partner David Goepel.
Property partner Rosie McCormick Paice was also recommended as a Notable Practitioner for her Real Estate: High Value Residential work.
Client feedback for our Private Wealth Law team received in this edition includes:
“They have a good outfit for private client matters. Their advice is always spot on and they are very accessible.“
“I’ve had a fabulous experience with Edwin Coe – what I like about them is that they think outside of the box, they are really straightforward and creative,” comments an interviewee, adding: “It’s rare that lawyers can actually apply the law. Their application of the law is great, they come up with great solutions and they are good at brainstorming.“
Chambers HNW is an independently produced and researched annual guide which also feature listings and information about many of the top accountancy and tax firms, private banks, wealth management firms and multi-family offices acting for high net worth individuals.
Alison Broadberry, Head of the firm’s private client team advises high net worth clients on a range of matters.
“She is very good at mastering her brief, she is extremely good with clients and incredibly intelligent. She is very human in her approach and clients adore her.“
David Goepel, Private Client Partner and Head of Charities advises particularly on international clients on tax planning, trusts and tax matters.
“He is an absolutely leading private client lawyer with a fantastic manner with clients. He’s incredibly thorough, experienced and collaborative.”