RadcliffesLeBrasseur converts to LLP

We are converting our business from a partnership into a Limited Liability Partnership (“LLP”).

The conversion to LLP will take place on 1st April 2020, or as soon after that date as we receive approval from the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

When we become an LLP, RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP will take on all the obligations and liabilities of RadcliffesLeBrasseur, and assume responsibility for the matters on which the partnership is instructed. Our Terms of Business will remain exactly as before, save that the Terms will then apply to the LLP in place of the partnership.

All money held on client account on the conversion date, will be held after the conversion by RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP. To combat the risk of cyber fraud, we are not changing the bank account codes or account numbers for any of our client or office accounts.

Existing clients will not need to sign a new agreement to instruct the LLP, continuing instructions will be confirmation to instruct the LLP in place of the partnership on the conversion, and to hold any client monies on your behalf (unless you tell us otherwise).

There will be no significant change to the operation or management of our practice, and the only obvious change will be to our registered name (which will be RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP). The same solicitors will be carrying out your work with the same telephone numbers and email addresses, and with your same interests and goals in mind.

To find out more about the conversion, please visit this page which explains full details.

Andrew Parsons

Senior Partner