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Henry Hood

Partner

Specialism: Lawyers Family and Matrimonial

Company: Hunters Law

Location: London, England

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Average: 4.6 (11 votes)
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Average: 4.6 (11 votes)
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Henry Hood has helped develop Hunters into one of the leading family law firms over recent years, attracting an impressive high net worth clientele. He is extremely client focused, instils great confidence in those clients and gives excellent advice at all stages of the divorce process. His integrity is second to none and his team in the family department is well-respected among solicitors and the Bar alike. We have no hesitation in recommending Henry and the firm to clients, friends and colleagues wherever the situation arises.

Philip Cayford QC    29 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4HE   
27 Mar 2018

Peer review:

Henry is one of the leading family law solicitors specialising in financial work: clever, authoritative, great with clients and best when heading up the big money cases. He has, like Hunters, real style.

07 Feb 2018

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2019  Magic Circle Awards

Career Achievement Award

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Average client size: £5 million - £25 million

Fixed fee offering: Yes - We will offer 90 minutes of first meeting for free

Hunters Law

Hunters Law LLP

9 New Square

Lincoln's Inn

London

WC2A 3QN

 

T: +44 207 412 0050

W: https://www.hunterslaw.com

Number of offices globally: 1-5

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Peer review:

Henry Hood has helped develop Hunters into one of the leading family law firms over recent years, attracting an impressive high net worth clientele. He is extremely client focused, instils great confidence in those clients and gives excellent advice at all stages of the divorce process. His integrity is second to none and his team in the family department is well-respected among solicitors and the Bar alike. We have no hesitation in recommending Henry and the firm to clients, friends and colleagues wherever the situation arises.

Philip Cayford QC    29 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4HE   
27 Mar 2018

Peer review:

Henry is one of the leading family law solicitors specialising in financial work: clever, authoritative, great with clients and best when heading up the big money cases. He has, like Hunters, real style.

07 Feb 2018

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Acting for the longstanding wife of a major landowner on the South West of England. The case involved very substantial property assets (extensive farmland, woodland and residential and commercial property), distributed between a complex web of trust and farming partnerships. There was a relative lack of significant liquid capital. Negotiating a a bespoke settlement which met my client's significant, generously interpreted lifelong need, while avoiding the erosion of the dynastic estate (which the client wished to avoid if possible). In part this involved creation of sophisticated long term sub-leases of existing commercial property from which my client received the benefit, while avoiding all landlord burdens.