Woźniak Legal has once again been recognised as one of the best law firm in Poland in the private wealth category advising High Net Worth (HNW) clients by Chambers HNW 2019, the annual specialist guide from Chambers & Partners, which identifies the world’s leading high net worth advisers.
Based on client and peer research, Woźniak Legal has been ranked in Band 2, meaning that it is regarded as being in the top seven specialist HNW private wealth law firms in Poland. In addition, Grzegorz Woźniak (the founder and the managing partner of Woźniak Legal) have been ranked as a notable practitioner.
This is what the HNW Guide says about Woźniak Legal:
“Woźniak Legal's dedicated private client department is a trusted adviser to high individuals and closely held businesses. The team has extensive experience assisting with wealth structuring and wealth transfer matters. One commentator says it provides "very good legal service" and is "very professional."
"The firm as a whole is very professional," notes a client, who continues: "The particular strength is the firm's approach - it strives to be in the centre of excellence. The firm has hired the most talented young people who share the values of trust, loyalty to clients and integrity."
Grzegorz Woźniak is commended for his experience in advising wealthy individuals on broad range of legal issues including succession planning and family governance. He has particular experience of property restitution claims. "Grzegorz is one of the best lawyers I know," enthuses one client, who continues: "He is a very skilled lawyer who knows when to negotiate and when to fight."
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