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Adams & Remers

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Senior Partner: Robin Illingworth
Number of partners: 17
Assistant solicitors: 21
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THE FIRM Adams & Remers provides straightforward and responsive legal advice to corporate and institutional clients and private individuals, both nationally and internationally. The firm has 17 partners and a 99-strong team with an established reputation for being approachable and delivering smart work. Adams & Remers partnership remains committed to extending its range of services and expanding its client base, with plans to continue steady organic growth across work types and sector specialisms. Adams & Remers has recently merged with Mayfair firm, Evans Dodd.



Commercial property; property development; planning; construction; investment; funding; sales; purchases; leasehold enfranchisement; lettings; agriculture and mineral extraction; private property; and listed buildings.

Private Client:

Trusts; tax planning; inheritance, capital gains and income tax; wills; estate planning; estate restructuring; lifetime gifts; and notarial services.

Corporate & Commercial:

Mergers and acquisitions; admissions to the AIM Market; preparing a business for sale; corporate finance; business contracts; assisting in negotiations; company and partnership formation; shareholder and partnership agreements; advising on staff-related issues; tax planning; intellectual property issues; computer software contracts; and corporate recovery.

Dispute Resolution:

Commercial disputes; insurance; professional negligence; property, including landlord and tenant matters; environmental issues; health and safety; family and matrimonial law; and contested probate and trusts litigation.


Contracts of employment; redundancies; disability and sick pay; transfers of business; disputes and dismissals; non-compete clauses; and staff incentive schemes.

CLIENTS Include quoted and private companies, wealthy individuals, major landowners and their trustees. Industry specialisms include agriculture and rural estates, energy, listed buildings, healthcare, retail and service industries.