Private Client: A helping hand
Despite the fact that private client work is now more complex and important than ever, many law firms are moving away from offering private client services. Simon Leney argues that outsourcing could be the solution
The need for private client services is ever increasing. With a greater number of people retiring or investing abroad, greater rates of divorce and ever more complicated family arrangements, many would argue that private client issues are more complex than ever. As private client specialists have become increasingly scarce, the provision of a long-term, stable service to clients, at a cost that is acceptable to them, has become increasingly problematic.
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