Edward Allan promoted to Partner in Boodle Hatfield's top ranked residential property team - Boodle Hatfield

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02 Mar 2021

Edward Allan promoted to Partner in Boodle Hatfield’s top ranked residential property team

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Leading private wealth law firm Boodle Hatfield, has promoted Edward Allan to Partner in its top-ranked Residential Property Team.

Edward specialises in the higher end of the London and country property markets advising clients who are purchasing, selling, mortgaging or letting high-value homes, investment properties, or country estates.  Edward also advises landlords and tenants in respect of statutory lease extensions in some of the most desirable parts of London.

His client base ranges from overseas investors, high net worth individuals, and their companies, to trust companies, trustees, investment companies, trading companies, and banks.

Edward trained with Boodle Hatfield and qualified as a solicitor in 2013.  He was listed as an Associate to Watch in Chambers HNW 2020 and was included in Eprivateclient’s Top 35 in 2019.

The Boodle Hatfield Residential team is a leader in its field. It is ranked in tier one of both leading legal directories, Chambers HNW and Legal 500.  The team advises a mix of UK and international high-net-worth clients on the sales and acquisition of prime central London property as well as high-value country estates.   It works closely with the private client, tax, and family teams to offer a full private wealth service to high-net-worth individuals and their families.

Saskia Arthur, Head of Residential Property at Boodle Hatfield says: “We congratulate Ed on this well-deserved promotion. The residential team goes from strength to strength, thanks to the contribution of excellent lawyers such as Ed.”

Sara Maccallum, Senior Partner at Boodle Hatfield says: “We are delighted to welcome Ed to the partnership. The firm continues to grow in all its core areas and it is fantastic to see another trainee achieve partnership.”

This article also appeared in EPrivateClient.

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