Understanding your employment rights
As professional advisors ourselves, we know that a focus on giving the very best to your clients can often mean that you concentrate on their affairs and neglect your own.
Over the years we have helped thousands of people like yourself deal with a wide range of personal and professional issues. At work we can be on hand to advise on the increasingly complex regulatory framework we all now operate under, especially if you find yourself in the spotlight and under some form of investigation by the authorities. Our regulatory team handles internal and external investigations of all scales, up to giving evidence to parliamentary or senate committees. Reputation is everything in the professional world, and we can also help you protect yours in the media and within your firm and industry.
In your corner
Alternatively we can be in your corner when dealing with your own organization, whether that’s negotiating the best deal on your arrival or defending your interests on departure. We have advised a huge number of professionals at all levels and have a great track record of delivering the results our clients are looking for.
Outside work we can help you manage your affairs and make sure that you are fully prepared for the future, whether you are thinking of moving house, working abroad or even changing career. All of this also requires careful tax planning to ensure you and your family minimize your tax liabilities. In addition, we can assist on prenuptial agreements for you or your children, protect your interests in the event of divorce or advice on the increasing issues surrounding dementia, care and capacity with regards to older relatives.
Ultimately, we can help take care of you as well as you take care of your clients.
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