Owners face multiple challenges to run the estate effectively, from economic instability, the impact of changing regulations to the effects of climate change.
Boodle Hatfield has been trusted for centuries to work in partnership with our clients to protect their estates and also plan for their future.
Taking account of your particular circumstances, we can guide and support you on issues such as:
- Succession planning and protecting the estate for the future
- Nuptial planning and divorce
- Management and diversification of the estate
- Development opportunities
- Dealing with disputes
We have been advising the owners of rural and urban estates throughout our long history. Our legal expertise and client-sensitive framework ensures we are seen as leaders in this historic and unique sector.
Partner and Head of Private Wealth, Andrea Zavos is co-hosting the fourth Fresh Perspectives Contentious Trusts Conference on May 15 – 16. Senior Associate, James Woods-Davison, will be joining Andrea in Barcelona for the conference.Read more 3 min read 12 May 2022 Cross Border Planning: The Next Generation Conference 2022
On Thursday 12 May, Private Wealth Partner, Kyra Motley will be speaking at the Cross Border Planning: The Next Generation Conference in Dubai.Read more 3 min read 03 May 2022 The Lawyer Awards 2022 shortlist Boodle Hatfield in the ‘Law Firm of the Year: The Independents’ category
Boodle Hatfields’ industry-leading expertise has been recognised in The Lawyers’ prestigious awards that celebrates excellence across the legal industry.Read more 3 min read 26 Apr 2022 Boodle Hatfield promotes five lawyers from four of its core practice areas to Senior Associate
Boodle Hatfield promotes Alexandra Hirst, Charlie Hewlett, David Rawlence, James Woods-Davison and Laura Cullinane to Senior Associate, with effect from May 1 2022.Read more