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Michael Cash

Partner

Specialism: Lawyers Landed Estates, Tax, Estate Planning

Company: Penningtons Manches Cooper

Location: Basingstoke, England

What do clients and peers say of Michael Cash:  "Laborious attention to detail combined with pre-eminent litigation skills."

Citywealth rating

3.666665
Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
Fee Level:
3.666665
Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
Quality of Advice
3.666665
Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
Communications Skills
3.666665
Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
Interpersonal Skills
3.666665
Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
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Peer review:

For the non-specialist, embarking on litigation is a daunting prospect, riddled with complexities and unexpected formalities. Michael is the ideal person to guide one through this, patiently explaining the nuances of proceedings, and making it clear that he is the man to provide both the technical excellence and client support that is going to ensure the best result; his understated gentlemanly manner is precisely what one needs.

11 Jul 2019

Peer review:

I had a harrowing family dispute that had caused me nothing but pain for many years. With the help of Michael Cash’s guiding hand the dispute was sorted out and I have been able to move on with my life for which I am immensely grateful.

07 Feb 2018

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2017 

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Average client size: £5 million - £25 million

Fixed fee offering: Yes - We can offer fixed fees for certain types of work

Penningtons Manches Cooper

Number of offices globally: More than 5

Peer review:

For the non-specialist, embarking on litigation is a daunting prospect, riddled with complexities and unexpected formalities. Michael is the ideal person to guide one through this, patiently explaining the nuances of proceedings, and making it clear that he is the man to provide both the technical excellence and client support that is going to ensure the best result; his understated gentlemanly manner is precisely what one needs.

11 Jul 2019

Peer review:

I had a harrowing family dispute that had caused me nothing but pain for many years. With the help of Michael Cash’s guiding hand the dispute was sorted out and I have been able to move on with my life for which I am immensely grateful.

07 Feb 2018

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Widow disputes an estate inheritance

I act for the trustees of a trust, who are the beneficiaries of a bequest under the deceased’s will, of the shareholding in the deceased’s company, valued at around £17 million. A claim has been brought against the deceased’s estate by his widow under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. The issues have involved not only the litigation in relation to the 1975 Act claim, but also the impact of contingent liabilities on corporate solvency.