Lynsey Harrison, a senior litigation solicitor with extensive experience of dealing with disputed wills and trusts, has moved to the firm’s private client practice as a dedicated contentious probate lawyer.
Lynsey joined the firm in 2001 becoming a senior associate five years later and has mainly worked within Clarion’s dispute resolution and litigation practice. Since 2004, she has focused on contentious probate work, building a reputation as one of the region’s leading experts.
The head of Clarion’s private client team, commented: “Over the last eight years, Lynsey has led our disputed wills and trusts team, regularly advising on complex cases surrounding all aspects of contentious probate. In her new role, she will be able to focus purely on this growing, niche area, enabling her to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and provide clients with the most technically sound advice.”
Lynsey comments: “By moving into contentious probate as a full-time specialist, I will be able to immerse myself in this very technical and specialist area of the law, complementing the range of services offered by the private client team. In recent years, it has become increasingly common for disappointed beneficiaries to resort to the courts to question the distribution of an estate. This is partly due to estates generally being larger than ever before, as well at to increasingly complex family relationships often involving multiple marriages and the fact that generally, as a society, we are becoming much more litigious. All of these factors have resulted in increased demand for contentious probate expertise.”
Photograph shows: Lynsey Harrison, contentious probate lawyer at Clarion
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