The law might be the same, but do your lawyers have to be?LATEST INSIGHTS
It is our people, and the way that we service our clients, that set us apart.
The law might be the same across the UK, but do your lawyers have to be?
At Wright Hassall we dare to be different. Our clients tell us that, as well as being exceptional lawyers, we are proactive, diligent, commercial, provide value for money and, above all, we have great people who are fun to work with.
We pride ourselves on the satisfaction levels of our clients. We have a defined way of working across the firm, “The Wright Hassall way”, which sets the service levels to which we aspire. At the end of every matter, we will ask you whether we have met these standards and, if not, we will work with you to ensure that any short-comings are addressed immediately. We do not stand still, we aim to continually improve in everything we do.
"Thank you so much… you have managed to translate my thoughts very accurately, so much appreciated."A satisfied client
"Nathan worked on a complex matter for our firm and I was instantly impressed with his knowledge of corporate and legal process and his attention to detail."A satisfied client
Wright Hassall was instructed by 27 independent financial advisers (“IFAs”) who had been told, on termination of their services agreements, that they could not advise their clients for 12 months.
The financial adviser group that they had been working for (Affinity) said that they were bound by restrictive covenants that prevented them from contacting or dealing with clients for 12 months. In effect this cut them off from, and they were unable to service and advise, their clients.Read more
We realise that our people are our most valuable asset and we understand that providing them with a great environment, challenging work and supported personal development is vital to our success.
Our team of technical expertsAnna specialises in inheritance disputes including claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, disputes between executors and claims in respect of the validity of wills.
Government plans to introduce a new form of shared ownership lease from April 2021 will apply to all schemes funded by the 2021-26 Affordable Homes Programme. The intention is that it will be more consumer friendly, easier to access and allow shared owners to increase the stake in their home in a more manageable and affordable way.Read article
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We are proud to have been operating from our Leamington base for nearly 175 years. We are completely committed to supporting the growth of our region. We measure ourselves not only by whether we have met our own targets but how we have supported the Coventry & Warwickshire region and the business, charities and communities within it.
We act for national and international companies but it is SMEs and individuals across our region who are the focus of our business. This focus plays to our strengths and allows us to deliver services that are unmatched by our competitors.