There are six categories of person that can bring a claim under this Act.
As a solicitor specialising in the area of disputed wills and trusts, Louise advises clients across Yorkshire and nationally in relation to all aspects of contentious probate work.
A recent Court of Appeal ruling could hinder an individual’s right to leave money to who they wish…
Louise is a Senior Associate in our Contentious Private Client Team.
If you have a question for Louise please drop her an email - email@example.com
“Disputes which involve family members or arise as a result of a bereavement can be very distressing and what I enjoy about my role is helping my client’s through this difficult time and working with them to achieve a solution. By looking at the whole picture, I offer practical advice aimed at enabling my client to achieve the end result they seek".
"Ever since my qualification into this specific area of law, I have gained experience dealing with claims concerning the validity or otherwise of wills, claims involving disappointed beneficiaries, estate disputes, actions involving trusts and trustees and Court of Protection matters.”
Louise is as a full member of ACTAPS. She is one of only 10 lawyers in Leeds who holds full membership alongside colleague and Partner in the Contentious Private Client team, Lynsey Harrison.
2003 - Leeds University - Awarded upper second class honours law degree
2007 - BPP Law School, Leeds - Awarded distinction for Legal Practice Course
2008 - Gordons LLP - Trainee
2010 - Gordons LLP - Assistant solicitor in the Contentious Wills, Trust and Probate Team
2013 - Clarion - Associate
2019 - Clarion - Promoted to Senior Associate