Wansbroughs converts to an LLP

By Nick Batten on 1 November, 2022

Wiltshire law firm Wansbroughs has announced its conversion to a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) as of today (1st November 2022.) 

Wansbroughs will remain the trading name of the newly incorporated business. 

A Limited Liability Partnership, or LLP, is a corporate business structure that is recognised as a separate legal entity and was introduced some years ago to bring together certain advantages of both partnerships and companies.  There are many aspects, including for instance limited liability, to protect the business interests and also filing accounts at Companies House, to offer greater transparency and investment potential. This in turn creates more opportunity for growth, whilst minimising the personal liability of individual partners.   

Clients are unlikely to notice any change in the firm’s day-to-day operations as a result of its incorporation and it will remain firmly committed to providing them with exceptional service.

Oliver Price, Managing Partner at Wansbroughs, said, “We have been looking to move to an LLP for some time and having gone through a period of significant growth and change, we felt that the timing was right to transfer to an LLP. Along with our new branding, the transfer reflects a more modern structure, that fits with the profile and ambitions of the firm today.” 

Wansbroughs – which marked its 140th anniversary earlier this year with a rebrand – is a national law firm with offices in Devizes and London. The firm has around 100 staff, offers a full suite of legal services and many of its lawyers are frequently recommended in the Legal 500 directory. 

If you would like any further information about Wansbroughs’ services please either connect with your usual contact, call 01380 733300 or email: mail@wansbroughs.com

Pictured above: Wansbroughs’ partners