Chris Hall heads up the private client practice


Chris has worked for over ten years as a private client solicitor. His aim to provide practical and good value legal solutions based on an up to date knowledge of the Law.

  • tax planning

  • onshore and offshore structuring

  • wills and probate

  • lasting powers of attorney

  • mental health law

  • advice on care funding

Accolades  Chris is a full member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP), a qualification recognising his competence and experience in the field.

Education  Chris read History at University College, London, and studied Law at the College of Law.

Career  Before setting up his own practice in 2018, Chris led departments at various City law firms, including Vardags, a West End firm and also qualified as a Cayman Lawyer after working for an international firm on the islands. With over 20 years’ experience in all aspects of private client work both in England and offshore on succession planning and wealth preservation. He has particular expertise in wills and trusts, probate (including contested probate), Inheritance Act claims and Court of Protection work, Chris enjoys meeting new people to set up their legally appropriate succession planning, tailored to their individual circumstances. Chris is passionate about ensuring his clients have wills, trusts and powers of attorney that balance all their needs. He can advise on pre and post death care and probate administration to take the pain and stress away from potentially distressing and tense situations.  Chris is currently working through 360 Law Services.

Languages  French

Personal  In his spare time, Chris coaches and competes in rowing both offshore (having rowed across the Atlantic for charity) and onshore.