“A distinctive presence in the London private client world.”
(Legal 500) 2013
The Firm

The Firm

"Simply outstanding in every way; it cannot do enough for its clients" - Legal 500

London law firm Harcus Sinclair LLP has a diverse domestic and international client base including corporate and private clients, institutions, professional bodies and trade associations, charitable trustees and other law firms.

The flexible way in which the firm’s professionals work, enables the firm to provide its clients with independent, intelligent, experienced, robust and genuinely bespoke advice.

It also enables the firm to grow its expertise in line with its clients’ requirements and to provide commercial solutions, as demonstrated by the fact that it leads the market in alternative fee arrangements and litigation funding.

Key areas of focus

Non-contentious private client tax, trust and estate planning to create secure and sensible wealth planning arrangements against a rapidly changing international climate for wealthy private clients, their taxation and their private affairs.

Cross-border concerns, including property and family overseas to business assets and offshore trusts.

Commercial and securities litigation on group investment loss claims on behalf of claimants often with the application of the statutory framework imposed by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.

Litigation on private client matters typically involving high-value, complex cases usually conducted in the High Court (or equivalent courts in other jurisdictions) with the firm having experience of running cases in appeal courts and the Privy Council. Also disputes involving high-value works of art and other chattels, and revenue disputes.

Domestic and international family, matrimonial and children matters.

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