The corporate and commercial department ay Simcocks has an international background and is flexible enough to provide a wide range of legal services to both large institutions and small businesses.
Each year Simcocks adopts one particular charity to support for 12 months with the aim to make a significant contribution that will impact on Isle of Man life.
The Fifth Annual Wilberforce Trust Litigation Day was attended by Simcocks advocates Christopher Arrowsmith, Amy Coole and Kevin O’Loughlin in London.
Where a deceased person, wherever resident at the date of death, held assets in the Isle of Man such as an insurance bond, insurance policy or monies in a bank account, it will be necessary for the personal representatives of the deceased person's estate to obtain a Grant of Representation – either a Grant of Probate (where the deceased left a will) or Letters of Administration where the deceased died intestate (leaving no will) – before the financial institution will release the assets to them to be administered.
Morale is high for the Dispute Resolution team at Simcocks as they win their third industry award in the space of just three months.
Simcocks has won the prestigious title of ‘Dispute Resolution Law Firm of the Year - Isle of Man’ following a recent shortlist nomination for the 2017 Corporate Intl Magazine Global Awards.
Simcocks Director, Christopher Arrowsmith, has won the title of 'Litigation and Dispute Resolution – Lawyer of the Year - Isle of Man' following a recent shortlist nomination for the Lawyer Monthly Private Client Awards 2016.
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