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Wildy's Book of the Month - March 2009
One of the challenges to solicitors posed by the Legal Services Act is that of reducing reliance on transactional business and building enduring client relationships.
A business area which commends itself as complementing solicitors' mainstream work is financial advice, and the more enterprising firms are increasingly seeking to align with fee-based financial advisers to provide a more comprehensive client service.
Financial Services for Solicitors explains the pros and cons of the various forms of association between solicitors and financial advisers and describes fifteen areas of business in which solicitors' advice may be incomplete without the input of a financial adviser.
This authoritative book has been edited by Ian Muirhead of SIFA, a solicitor, and the contributors include leading financial advisers, accountants and solicitors.