Myerson Solicitors announce hire of Legal Director Adam Carvalho

Myerson Solicitors have announced the hire of Legal Director Adam Carvalho as part of their ongoing period of organic growth.

Adam joins the Myerson Contentious Trusts and Probate team at the Legal Director level, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and experience from his previous work at Farrer & Co. In addition to his High Court experience, Adam has been involved in cases in the UK Tax Tribunals, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court and jurisdictions around the world, from Bermuda to New Zealand. Adam has experience in resolving complex family disputes, multi-jurisdictional matters, and trustee applications.

Adam Carvalho, Legal Director at Myerson Solicitors, said:

“I am delighted to become a part of the award-winning Contentious Trusts and Probate department at Myerson Solicitors. The team is recognised for combining technical ability with a real commitment to client care, and I admire the culture and entrepreneurial spirit of the firm. I am excited to bring my own expertise to the table and add to the growth and success of the department.”

The Myerson Contentious Trusts and Probate Team have been ranked Tier 1 in the 2024 edition of the Legal 500, making this the fifth consecutive year the department has received this ranking. The team has also been ranked as Band 2 in Chambers & Partners ‘High-Net-Worth Guide 2023’. Adam has been recognised by both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners throughout his career.

Helen Thompson, Partner and Head of the Contentious Probate team at Myerson Solicitors, said:

‘We are delighted to welcome Adam to the team. Myerson is going through an exciting period of organic growth, and we are thrilled to expand our team with such a strong hire. Adam’s experience both as a practising solicitor and his work with The Carvalho Consultancy, STEP and LexisNexis is incredibly impressive and makes him an excellent asset to the team. We look forward to working with Adam and watching the team continue to grow.’

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