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Craig Swart

Partner

Specialism: Lawyers Non-contentious Trusts, Contentious Trusts

Company: Dickinson Gleeson

Location: St Helier, Jersey

Citywealth rating

4.125
Average: 4.1 (8 votes)
Fee Level:
4.125
Average: 4.1 (8 votes)
Quality of Advice
4.125
Average: 4.1 (8 votes)
Communications Skills
4.125
Average: 4.1 (8 votes)
Interpersonal Skills
4.125
Average: 4.1 (8 votes)
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Institutional client review:

Craig is able to balance his technical excellence with a friendly, calm and clear communication style. He always applies a pragmatic and client focused approach to his work.

13 Jul 2020

Peer review:

I have worked closely with Craig for well over ten years on a variety of complex and challenging transactions. He is always accommodating, approachable and extremely commercial when needed. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending Craig.

29 Apr 2019

Peer review:

Craig Swart is always approachable and very helpful providing legal assistance at very short notice and he is a very dedicated lawyer when assisting with Jersey non-contentious and contentious legal trust matters

29 Apr 2019

Peer review:

Craig is a very professional, technically astute and personable legal advisor. My dealings with Craig have been in the Trust and Fiduciary space focussing on Private Client. He is equally astute and experienced in dealing with contentious matters and litigation.

10 Apr 2019

Private client review:

Very responsive and pragmatic advice, highly recommended.

09 Apr 2019

Peer review:

Technically excellent and a great strategic thinker.

Henry Brandts-Giesen    Kensington Swan   
02 Jul 2018

Peer review:

Great straight-talking lawyer.

Simon Morgan    Vistra (Jersey) Limited   
23 Apr 2018

Peer review:

I have known Craig Swart of Dickinson Gleeson Advocates, Jersey for a few years now and we have worked on quite a few matters, largely non-contentious. Craig is very accessible, always available on the telephone or quickly by email and indeed in person to discuss matters that arise. He’s very efficient in suggesting a way forward in a no nonsense type manner.

07 Feb 2018

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Average client size: Over £25 million

Fixed fee offering: Yes

Dickinson Gleeson

Number of offices globally: 1-5

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Institutional client review:

Craig is able to balance his technical excellence with a friendly, calm and clear communication style. He always applies a pragmatic and client focused approach to his work.

13 Jul 2020

Peer review:

I have worked closely with Craig for well over ten years on a variety of complex and challenging transactions. He is always accommodating, approachable and extremely commercial when needed. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending Craig.

29 Apr 2019

Peer review:

Craig Swart is always approachable and very helpful providing legal assistance at very short notice and he is a very dedicated lawyer when assisting with Jersey non-contentious and contentious legal trust matters

29 Apr 2019

Peer review:

Craig is a very professional, technically astute and personable legal advisor. My dealings with Craig have been in the Trust and Fiduciary space focussing on Private Client. He is equally astute and experienced in dealing with contentious matters and litigation.

10 Apr 2019

Private client review:

Very responsive and pragmatic advice, highly recommended.

09 Apr 2019

Peer review:

Technically excellent and a great strategic thinker.

Henry Brandts-Giesen    Kensington Swan   
02 Jul 2018

Peer review:

Great straight-talking lawyer.

Simon Morgan    Vistra (Jersey) Limited   
23 Apr 2018

Peer review:

I have known Craig Swart of Dickinson Gleeson Advocates, Jersey for a few years now and we have worked on quite a few matters, largely non-contentious. Craig is very accessible, always available on the telephone or quickly by email and indeed in person to discuss matters that arise. He’s very efficient in suggesting a way forward in a no nonsense type manner.

07 Feb 2018

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Invsolvent trusts: defining the duties of trustees

Craig Swart continues to advise one of the trustees in the long running saga involving two ‘insolvent’ Jersey trusts. The trustees sought directions in early 2015 as to the ongoing administration of the trusts. The case is ground-breaking in that it defines the duties of trustees dealing with “insolvent” trusts; the competing rights of creditors and beneficiaries; and the fetters on fiduciaries’ (including protectors’) powers that arise. It also confirms that the court’s supervisory jurisdiction is wide ranging permitting it to impose a “winding up” type regime as it has now done in relation to both trusts.