Keystone Law partners have been recognised by the leading High Net Worth guide, Chambers HNW 2020.
The annual guide recognises the top lawyers and law firms for international private wealth from more than 50 countries around the world. The Keystone lawyers in the 2020 guide are:
Ian Cooke and Sakhjit Randhawa — Real Estate: High Value Residential
Ian and Sakhjit are private property solicitors with over 40 years’ experience handling prime and super-prime London residential property transactions.
Ian is highly regarded in the market and commended by Chambers for this exceptional knowledge and client service: “[He] is very approachable, friendly and a committed professional. His client care and advice is nothing short of outstanding, and he is so incredibly thoughtful. His commitment to a deal is phenomenal and his speed of response is very good. There isn’t a thing that is too hard for him to do.” It also said: “He totally understands this space and there is not a thing he doesn’t know – he really gets property.”
Sakhjit is also praised by the guide who say “Sakhjit goes above and beyond [for her clients],” and “she is approachable, experienced and knowledgeable.”
Zoë Bloom — Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth
Zoë is a family solicitor who exclusively acts in handling financial negotiations relating to separation. She is ranked for the first time in Chambers and is praised for her “sharp, questioning mind and constantly reviews the situation to make sure that the advice she is giving is relevant and fresh.” It also said: “she brings a great dose of pragmatism with her advice.”
Robert Knight — Private Wealth Law
Robert is an experienced lawyer who provides advice to individuals, families, trustees, executors and beneficiaries on issues relating to succession, trusts and UK personal tax. He is recognised in the guide as “…very technically adept” and “clients appreciate his kind and gentle bedside manner.”
Jonathan Hadley-Piggin — Yachts & Superyachts
Jonathan is a highly experienced marine and superyacht law specialist. He is highlighted by the guide for having “…great knowledge of the marine industry and is very professional,” and “has an extensive understanding of domestic and international yachting.”
To read more about Keystone’s lawyers in the Chambers HNW Guide 2020, please click here.