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08 December 2021

Contesting a Will on the grounds of undue influence - Charlotte Henshall for eprivateclient

Why do siblings go to court over a parent's Will?  Charlotte Henshall, associate in the Dispute Resolution department, focuses on the challenges made to a Will on the grounds of undue influence, in her article for eprivateclient which originally appeared online on 3 December 2021 and which is reproduced with kind permission.  Charlotte highlights the issues involved in challenges of this type including the recent court battle over the c£100million estate of property tycoon Kevin Reeves.

https://www.paminsight.com/epc/article/contesting-will-grounds-undue-influence-why-do-siblings-go-court-over-parents-will

Charlotte is an experienced lawyer, with particular focus on commercial litigation, contentious trusts & probate disputes.

For further information please contact Charlotte Henshall by email or telephone on 020 7465 4300.

 

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