You don't need to just 'let it be', the 1975 Act is there to protect against victims of vindictive spouses or parents, write Caroline Cook and Katie Turney.Read More
Katie Turney's Service Teams
Katie is a solicitor in the Private Client team. She advises clients on a broad range of matters including wills and administration of estates, lasting powers of attorney, trusts and succession planning. She also assists with contentious matters such as claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 and challenges to the validity of wills.
Katie read law at the University of Bristol, graduating in 2011. She volunteered for eighteen months with the Citizens Advice Bureau offering pro bono advice on a variety of issues before completing her Legal Practice Course at the University of Law. Katie joined Wedlake Bell as a Trainee Solicitor in September 2014 and qualified into the Private Client team in 2016.
Articles & Comment
04 Oct, 2016 | Caroline Miller (neé Cook)
12 Feb, 2015 | Katie Turney
In December 2014, the Incentive Exercise Monitoring Board (the “IEMB”) confirmed in a new Q&A document that the Code of Good Practice for Incentive Exercises (the…Read More
03 Feb, 2015 | Katie Turney
18 Dec, 2014 | Katie Turney