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Answers to 14 Thorny Questions: Directly from 7 QCs, Senior Juniors and Solicitors of Outstanding Ability
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Chaired by: Gary Rycroft of Joseph A Jones & Co
Gary served on The Law Society Wills & Equity and Private Client Advisory Committees. He is a contributor to "Administration of Estates" and regularly appears on national TV.
Answered by: Julian Shaw of St John's Buildings
Julian has vast experience of cases involving the removal of executors. “He has phenomenal judgement and an unerring instinct for what the courts might do.”
Answered by: Jonathan Smith of 23 Essex Street
Jonathan continues to impress with his stellar wills and probate practice. "Dynamic and wonderfully measured in court, he brings a huge number of cases to the table.”
Answered by: Constance McDonnell QC of Serle Court
Constance acted in the landmark 1975 Act case of Ilott v The Blue Cross in the Supreme Court. “She is a star and technically brilliant for complicated probate disputes."
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.”
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Answered by: Mark Duberry of Pump Court Chambers
Mark is immensely experienced, a great communicator and at the forefront of developments. He acted in Bhusate v Patel & Ors on bringing an out-of-time claim under the 1975 Act.
Answered by: Matthew Hodson of Hardwicke
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.
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