We are delighted to announce the Family Law team at Laurus have been ranked in the prestigious Chambers & Partners HNW 2022 guide.
Chambers High Net Worth ranks the leading lawyers and law firms for international private wealth. Those ranked in the guide understand the complex needs of HNW individuals and provide specialist advice and legal services.
A Chambers-ranked law firm is considered to be among the world’s top service providers to ultra-high net worth and high net worth individuals and families and family offices.
The Chambers research team comments on Laurus,
“This boutique family law firm receives significant praise from interviewees, one of whom describes it as "a professional and sensible firm who manage their clients' expectations well and give pragmatic and sensible advice."
A family law barrister says that "they're probably going to grow significantly" as a practice, praising the lead lawyers for their "loyal fanbase" and "good connections and cases," and describing it as "one of those friendly, upbeat firms that are nice to work with and clients have a good experience with; their cases move along quickly and effectively, and they have a contented client base."
One client says that the Laurus team "are highly skilled and the right people are in place supporting me and giving guidance." Another adds that "the whole team work brilliantly together."
Speaking on the ranking, Steven Gasser said,
“We are absolutely thrilled to achieve a Chambers ranking. Our team work incredibly hard to deliver the high standards we believe every client deserves – often during complex and personally challenging moments in their lives. I would also like to say a word of thanks to our industry peers, whose significant praise for our work and support for Laurus is hugely appreciated.“
William Hogg adds,
“We have diligently grown a team of excellent practitioners, who show true empathy and fierce loyalty to their clients. It is wonderful to have this recognised by such a prestigious ranking."
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