Company Tag: Kingsley Napley

Recent reports suggest a number of London’s most expensive residences are being sold as part of bankruptcy proceedings, as wealthy homeowners have their assets liquidated to pay down debts.

Sophie Voelcker has joined the London-based law firm from private client boutique New Quadrant Partners.

What are the options for HNWIs who want to maintain a low profile in the digital age?

With recent data revealing that over 50s now hold nearly 80% of all of the UK’s privately held housing wealth, Gemma Mallett runs through the oft-misunderstood rules surrounding gifts of properties.

Matt Spencer and Charlotte Jeanroy of Kingsley Napley explore the 'wonderfully complicated' world of Stamp Duty, highlighting a number of legitimate ways buyers can mitigate their transaction tax burden

What are the implications for owners, developers and architects as Neo Bankside residents win their long-running legal battle against the famous London gallery?

Charles Richardson has joined from Hunters Law to head up the new multi-disciplinary offering.

A surprisingly mixed set of responses from the property sector, featuring insights from Savills, Knight Frank, Rightmove, Maskells, Cluttons, Jackson-Stops, JLL, Winkworth, Carter Jonas, Chestertons, …

London-based law firm has made a string of new hires in recent months

New partner Simon Robinson has joined the practice from Armstrong Teasdale

“The intention is to service tax matters in-house more than the firm has done historically and to add further specialists in due course,” says top law firm as it recruits new partners.

Claire Lamkin has moved from Blake Morgan to become the sixth Partner in Kingsley Napley's Real Estate & Construction team.