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The Private Wealth sector services domestic and international creators, owners, fiduciaries and managers of wealth who are looking for advisors who can work on a cross border basis and advise strategically, technically, and personally on fiscal and regulatory matters, on private client and family matters, litigation, establish funds, family offices, and carry out corporate and real estate deals.
Wedlake Bell LLP has ‘a very strong and experienced practice that is accustomed to dealing with high-value and complex estates and trusts’.
Legal 500, 2016
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Legal 500, 2014
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Legal 500, 2013
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