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Financial Services

Financial services firms, professionals and clients need advice more than ever to safeguard their business interests, careers and reputations.

Interpol

An Interpol Red Notice can severely inhibit a person’s liberty, and have drastic consequences for a person’s reputation. We can assist in Red Notice cases by engaging with Interpol either prior to or following the issue of a Red Notice.

Family and Divorce

Recognised nationally and internationally as one of the best family law teams for our expertise in both finance and cases relating to children.

Applications for Registration in Financial Services

Our team advise individuals, corporates and organisations in financial services on registration, licensing, accreditation, and certification.

Considering Divorce or Separation

Considering divorce or separation is stressful and affects people in different ways. Our experienced family lawyers will listen and discuss the options with you.

Thinking about the Children

We have considerable expertise in guiding our clients through the legal issues affecting their children and placing them at the centre of all decisions made following separation to minimise any potential distress for them.

Disciplinary and grievance procedures, absence and performance management

Advising in relation to disciplinary and grievance procedures is one of our core areas of employment law expertise.

Powers of Attorney

We help individuals in relation to dealing with their personal finances in the event they are unable to make decisions themselves in the future.

CPotential

We proudly sponsor CPotential which runs the only government approved centre and school for children with cerebral palsy in London.

Thinking of Relocating

Our experienced lawyers can advise you on your relocation plans, ensuring that your move overseas, to the UK, or within the UK, is well planned.

Let us take it from here.

+44 (0)20 7814 1200

enquiries@kingsleynapley.co.uk

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