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Ben Coulson promoted to Associate Director at GL Law

01 August 2022 |

GL Law is pleased to announce the promotion of Ben Coulson to Associate Director in recognition of his dedication to clients and commitment to delivering innovative legal services. 

With over 10 years of experience in Private Client law, Ben specialises in the full range of services including the administration of estates, advising on inheritance tax, Will planning, trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney.  

Ben acts for a diverse range of clients from private individuals with relatively straightforward affairs through to high-net-worth individuals with more complex needs. He thrives on the technically challenging, unusual and interesting cases and creates innovative solutions to tricky problems. This makes Ben well-liked by his clients and they often comment on his practical and sensitive approach. 

Ben is a full member of STEP and has recently been identified as an “Associate to watch” in the 2021/22 Chambers High Net Worth Guide.  

Ben said: “GL Law have a great reputation and I am delighted to be working with such a vibrant and progressive team. I am looking forward to our exciting next chapter and to being part of a team that is growing, strengthening and increasing our expertise in private client work.”

Heledd Wyn, head of the private client and long-term care team, said: “I am delighted that Ben has been promoted to Associate Director. Since joining the Private Client Team in August 2021, Ben has proved to be an excellent team player and has brought with him a wealth of expertise.  Ben has very quickly become a valued colleague. Bravo Ben!”  

The contents of this article are intended for general information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be, or constitute legal advice. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of this article.

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