Wills and probate team wins latest praise from Chambers 2019


The specialist wills, trusts and probate team at law firm Sintons has again won praise for its legal capability and outstanding client service, this time from Chambers 2019.

The team, which is consistently named as being one of the leading advisors in the North, is highlighted by Chambers for its “highly professional and solid advice” and its ability to quickly get to the detail of the matter.

Paul Nickalls, head of the specialist team, is again named as a notable practitioner in this area, with his “excellent manner with clients and wealth of knowledge” winning him praise from Chambers.

The findings of Chambers 2019 come only shortly after similar ratings from Legal 500 2018, which praised the dedication and capability of the team, also naming Paul Nickalls as a leading individual.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our specialist private client team has been a highly-regarded and well-respected name in this field for many years, and has been the trusted advisor to many clients for years, with relationships routinely spanning multiple generations of families. We are proud to be held in such high esteem by clients and peers alike, and are delighted with this latest endorsement from Chambers 2019, particularly coming so soon after similar high rankings from Legal 500.”


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