Glowing recommendations for Miles & Partners in 2017 Legal 500
The partners at Miles & Partners are delighted with the glowing accolades and recommendations in the 2017 Legal 500. This includes being ranked for three of our practice areas: Court of Protection (tier 2), family mediation (tier 2) and family (tier 3).
Five of our partners have been recommended this year; Kate Hammond is hailed as ‘a straightforward solicitor with a warm and friendly approach’, Amanda Dench is commended for providing ‘a “Rolls-Royce” service’, Michelle Uppal is described as ‘committed and empathetic’, Rachel Turner is praised as ‘compassionate, knowledgeable and wise’ and Floyd Porter is also recommended.
Our Court of Protection team is ranked tier 2, with Rachel Turner praised for providing ‘thorough and practical advice’. She has ‘all the qualities you would want in a lawyer who represents vulnerable and incapacitated adults. She knows when to fight and when to be pragmatic in cases. She is also well respected by others who work in this area. Floyd Porter and the rest of the team are described as having extensive experience in mental capacity and mental health issues.
Our family law team has moved up the rankings to tier 3, with high praise for the team as a whole; ‘across the board the solicitors cannot be beaten for their professionalism and their dedication. They approach their clients with compassion coupled with a firm grasp of the issues and law, and all without exception are formidable advocates.’
And finally, Michelle Uppal, has been listed in the elite ‘Leading Lawyers’ category. She has also been recommended in both the family and mediation categories, being described as ‘very practically minded and is very good at children and finance disputes. She is perceptive and analytical, whilst also warm, measured and approachable. Clients trust her as highly professional and she will get the job done’.
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