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(L-to-R) Peter Greswold, Rachel Tunnicliffe, David Garfitt, Zoe Robinson

Raworths singled out in national guide

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Rachel Tunnicliffe has once again been singled out as the only Tier 1 ranked in the , Hull and surrounding area for her exceptional private client work in the Chambers and Partners High Net Worth (HNW) Guide, a key publication for the international private wealth . Colleagues Peter Greswold and David Garfitt received Tier 2 ranking whilst Raworths as a firm was given a Band 1 rating, the highest available and a great reflection of the strength of the whole team.

Raworths TWE team has grown from 10 to 19 staff in recent years with the client portfolio doubling.

Zoe Robinson, managing partner, Raworths Solicitors LLP said:

I congratulate all three partners and the team, it’s an impressive achievement and results from their considerable experience and dedication to their clients.

As a business, we are committed to providing both our private and commercial clients with the best service we possibly can and our breadth of expertise and senior, partner led relationships is one way we achieve this.

Raworths Trusts, Wills and Estates team is one of the largest in Yorkshire, acting for clients across the region and the UK.  They assist clients 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.

 




 


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