Simon Crooks

Simon Crooks

At too many places clients are taken for granted. People talk the talk but they rarely actually follow through and do what they say or live up to their marketing hype.

SimonCrooksIt is easier said than done and it requires a certain mind-set and attitude. I really value the relationship I have with clients and helping them get issues resolved, no matter how large or small, gives me a real sense of achievement. We are in the business of providing peace of mind and the only way you can do that is by walking in your clients’ shoes and being there for them when they need you. A lot of the issues we deal with we have faced ourselves but everyone is different and issues arise in various guises so listening and understanding, before advising, is key. It is what we do.”

I really value the relationship I have with clients and helping them get issues resolved

Simon qualified as a solicitor in 2002 having worked at a law firm whilst training. He provides legal advice to clients from all walks of life and is a member of the Law Society’s Private Client Section.

Simon has managed and led private client teams in regional law firms in East Anglia, Hertfordshire, and Kent, where he has driven significant change to improve client service delivery. His particular specialism is tax and estate planning for individuals and families.

Simon has been praised for “immediately getting to grips with issues and giving fantastic advice” (Chambers and Partners) whilst being “approachable, helpful, expert and experienced” (Legal 500).