Sometimes disputes arise because a trustee, executor, attorney or deputy are not felt to be carrying out their duties properly.
Alternatively, sometimes trustees have to deal with an unco-operative beneficiary.
We are experienced in dealing with these matters to bring about effective resolutions for clients, using alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation where appropriate, and the court process where necessary.
We are also experienced in representing clients in disputed Court of Protection applications, such as applications for statutory wills and other financial and welfare decisions for incapacitated persons.
In some cases we are able to offer funding arrangements such as no-win no-fee.
Our solicitors Kay Baker and Rachel Cronin, who are Members of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists, (ACTAPS) specialise in these areas of law and adhere to a code of conduct aimed at quickly and cost-effectively resolving disputes for their clients.
"Pat Smith's efficient, calm, most capable, helpful and friendly manner."
"The patience and understanding from a sincere Miss Holland."
"Prompt, efficient and knowledgeable service"
"Clarity, plenty of information provided and responses in a timely manner"
"Mrs Tracey Hammond is very professional and helpful, efficient and very friendly"
"Judy Barfoot's approachable and knowledgeable professionalism was second to none"
- CM & SM
"Ms Stuart's friendly but direct approach. I always felt understood"
"Very flexible and accommodating, very positive & clearly explained my options"
"Friendly and approachable - using language I could understand"
"Efficient, polite, friendly service with very helpful advice"