Alistair specialises in contentious trusts and probate. He represents private individuals, charities and trustees in a wide range of matters.
Alistair’s areas of expertise include claims for financial provision from the deceased’s estate under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975, proprietary estoppel claims, disputes concerning the validity of wills, disputes with executors and trustees. Alistair has a particular interest in claims involving farming estates, forged Wills and capacity issues.
I adopt an approach tailored to the needs of my client, taking into account the sensitive nature of these disputes to achieve the best outcome in a cost effective and timely way.
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- Charities: Defending 1975 Act claims in a pandemic – do charities have “needs”?
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