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Maggs leaves Grant Thornton for law firm

Tax specialist Stuart Maggs joins Howes Percival as a partner

Maggs leaves Grant Thornton for law firm

CHARTERED TAX ADVISOR Stuart Maggs has left Grant Thornton to take a partner position at solicitors Howes Percival.

Maggs, who originally trained as a barrister, was most recently a senior tax manager at Grant Thornton, specialising in capital taxes, trusts and estate planning.

The law firm has 37 partners and 135 lawyers in six offices around the country.

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