Our Services for Solicitors

Solicitors 2We offer a range of tailored management services for solicitors including:

  • Cascade Cash Management
  • SRA Compliant Client Deposits Accounts
  • Investment Management
  • Credit Brokerage
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate Valuation
  • Account Opening Administration
  • Tier 1 Investor Visa's Collaboration

We provide an independent and reliable holistic back office service for solicitors and their clients to efficiently navigate traditionally problematic areas. We are experts in potentially complex areas such as probate valuations, account opening for trusts and cash management within trusts and non-personal vehicles. Our ability to assume and streamline the administration of the account opening process is usually of particular benefit to many practices and their non-personal clients.  

We continually work with a broad range of practices and specialisms so we have the benefit of understanding both the regular needs of individuals and firms in the legal profession and the importance of finding timely solutions to uncommon problems when they occur.  

Your Tier One Capital adviser will work with you to understand your clients' circumstances, long term goals and attitudes to risk so that your practice and your clients can enjoy the convenience of our expertise and comprehensive range of intermediary services for the lifetime of a client relationship.

Meet the Tier One Capital Team

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