About Us

About us

Wrigleys Solicitors LLP is a specialist non-litigious private client firm of solicitors that concentrates on the financial affairs, property and assets of private individuals, trustees, pension schemes, charities and foundations. Click here to visit the main Wrigleys website or simply click on the Wrigleys logo at the top left of every page.

The firm was runner up (to a major London firm) in the national Private Client Team of the Year.

Described by Legal Business as having: "a simple yet inspired approach to client service..."

and being praised for the: "first rate expertise of the firm's partners"

and noted for"attracting high value clients from all over the country".

Professional Assessments

In the only two independent assessments of UK law firms, both Chambers and Legal 500 rate Wrigleys Solicitors LLP as the leading firm in its region in the following areas:

  • Private Client, Trusts and Personal Tax: "A ‘first-rate’ private client practice."
  • Client Service: "The team is empathetic and shows a terrific understanding of what clients need."
  • Charities: "Dedication to the sector, flexible approach to fees and high level of responsiveness."
  • Agriculture and Rural Affairs:"The team has an intuitive understanding and care for the client's individual concerns and strategy."

We are proud of our achievements and the recognition of our success in all the main areas in which we practise. Our aim is to be regarded nationally as “in the top flight of firms” in our specialist areas and to continue to give clients a first rate personal service at an affordable cost.

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Extended Disqualification Rules for Academy Trustees and Senior Executives

From the 1 August 2018, important changes are being made to the automatic disqualification rules for charity trustees.

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When do Academy Trusts Need a Trading Subsidiary?

What circumstances mean an academy trust may need to set up a subsidiary company to carry out trading activity, in order to comply with charity law.

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