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Answers to 12 Thorny Questions: Directly from 9 QCs and Senior Juniors of Outstanding Ability
Answered by: Alex Troup of St John's Chambers
Alex is “a “star of probates”, “among the most skilful barristers” with “a real commercial brain”. He was shortlisted for “Junior of the Year” and acted in Hughes v Prichard (2021).
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Answered by: Constance McDonnell QC of Serle Court
Constance acted in the Court of Appeal in Hirachand v Hirachand (2021). She is "an absolute star and technically brilliant for complicated probate disputes."
Answered by: David Grant of Outer Temple Chambers
David is “a first-rate junior, who is destined for elevation to silk.” “He makes a technical and complex area appear quite simple and straightforward.”
Answered by: Kate Selway QC of Radcliffe Chambers
Kate is "one of the most effective wills and probate barristers at the bar - she produces superb results.” She is author of “Establishing Fraudulent Calumny.”
Answered by: Mark Baxter of 5 Stone Buildings
Mark is “one of the go-to barristers for probate matters.” He acted in Randall v Randall on standing to challenge a will and is co-author of “Risk and Negligence in Wills, Estates and Trusts.”
Answered by: Penelope Reed QC of 5 Stone Buildings
Penelope is a “staggeringly good QC and a pre-eminent name in trust disputes litigation”. She is author of Trusts and Estates Law Handbook and sits as a Deputy High Court Judge.
Bhusate v Patel
Answered by: Mark Dubbery of Pump Court Chambers
Mark acted in Bhusate v Patel on bringing an out of time claim under the 1975 Act. “He has a real gift for providing straightforward, user-friendly advice on complicated problems.”
Answered by: Matthew Hodson of Gatehouse Chambers
Matthew is a "standout rising star" with particular strength in contentious probate cases. Recent work includes claims over inter vivos gifts and the presumption against double portions.
Answered by: Anthony Trace QC
Anthony “brings gravitas and strategic insight borne out of years of experience.” He is a "Mediator of the Year" and "Mediator of the Year-England" in the Global Law Experts Awards.
All speaker quotes are taken from Chambers Directory, Who’s Who Legal or Legal 500