Situated in the heart of Mayfair, we provide a closely integrated offering of legal and lifestyle management services for individuals.
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Our team of specialist professionals are discreet, confidential and knowledgeable; advising and supporting you on every aspect of private wealth, family and lifestyle management services.
We act as trusted advisers to a range of clients, many of whom we have worked with for many years and even decades. We are on hand to provide advice on the legal and tax implications of Wills, estates, investment portfolios, succession and asset protection strategies and your domicile and residence status. We have extensive expertise in working with trusts and landed estates and are well equipped to deal with the nuanced issues that can arise in these areas.
Family and matrimonial
From creating cohabitation, pre and postnuptial marriage agreements, through to dealing with divorce and relationship breakdowns, our Family & Matrimonial team is highly accomplished at sorting out what matters, and will work with you to resolve challenging personal and financial issues. Each family’s position is unique, and we will sensitively address the issues involved. In cases of breakdowns and disputes, we will attempt to minimise the overall impact on your family.
We are also well versed in the various alternative methods of resolving disputes about children, which will often be more effective and less polarising than court proceedings.
Gordon Dadds & Ince’s Private Office offers a range of lifestyle management services to our clients. For example, if you’re seeking to purchase a property in the UK and you require advice on how to complete the formalities; if you’re relocating to the UK with your family and you need to hire house staff, apply for visas or seek advice on schooling for your children; if you require tax advice in relation to your assets, residence or domicile status.
Our Lifestyle Management is complemented by our Private Wealth and Family Law services, so we can place your legal concerns into the safe and capable hands of our team of solicitors. Whilst we can, for instance, help you find a property that meets your needs and synchronise arrangements for the firm’s property lawyers to deal with the legal procedures.
Gordon Dadds is a trading name of Ince Gordon Dadds LLP and Gordon Dadds Private Office Limited. Legal services are provided by Ince Gordon Dadds LLP, a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales (registered number: OC383616) authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA number: 596729). Lifestyle management and private office services are provided by Gordon Dadds Private Office Limited, a limited company registered in England and Wales (registered number: 11978656) . Gordon Dadds Private Office provides consulting services and is not a legal practice nor does it provide legal services. Ince Gordon Dadds LLP and Gordon Dadds Private Office LLP are subsidiaries of The Ince Group plc. Further information is available on our website under legal notices.
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