I am a senior associate in the specialist dispute resolution team and have wide ranging experience in resolving disputes for both private and corporate clients.
I am calm, approachable, thorough and a consistently high performer. I keep in mind the individual needs of clients and make sure I tailor my advice to suit them.
I have been ranked as a Leading Individual and Associate to Watch in Chambers and Partners 2019 High Net Worth guide and my team were finalists in the 2018/19 STEP Private Client awards for Contentious Trust & Estates Team of the Year (mid-size firm)
I received the following kind comment from a client following a hearing:
“A personal thank you from me. You really made a difference on the day [of the hearing] and were an essential part of the team. You kept us calm and gave us help at every stage. You are a credit to the business.”
Will, trust and estate disputes
Contentious regulatory work.
Qualifications & membershipsAssociate Member of the Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS)
Qualified professional adviser for the Citizens Advice Bureau
- Definition of ‘nephews and nieces’ in a Will
- Changes to the formalities for executing a Will
- Delayed marriages/civil ceremonies and the impact on succession
- Protecting yourself from cost shifting
- Litigating a Will Dispute: What if I can’t afford it?
- Court dismisses appeal in farming dispute
- Increase in Statutory Legacy
- Can we really not agree to additional time to negotiate?
- Court awards cost protection to the son of a deceased in pursuing a claim against his siblings
- ‘Promises Should be Kept’ - Court of Appeal Upholds Proprietary Estoppel Judgment
- Time limits under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
- The Impact of Marriage on a Will
- Challenging testamentary legacies
- With probate fees increasing in May, what should I do if a caveat is preventing me from taking out the grant?
- Court dismisses a wife’s claim for further financial provision from her husband’s Estate
- Relocation, Relocation, Relocation