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Katie advises predominantly UK-based individuals in relation to a full range of private client matters, from Wills and lasting powers of attorney, to trusts and succession planning and probate and the administration of estates.
She also assists with contentious matters, such as challenges to the validity of Wills, trust disputes, and bringing and defending claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
- Preparing Wills and letters of wishes for clients with complex assets and/or family circumstances.
- Advising a client who has been disinherited under her father’s Will in circumstances where he may have lacked mental capacity or been unduly influenced to execute a new Will in the beneficiary’s favour.
- Advising Swiss executor in relation to Probate process in England and Wales and obtaining Probate in respect of English assets for deceased who died domiciled abroad.
Katie joined Wedlake Bell as a Trainee Solicitor in 2014 and qualified into the Private Client team in September 2016.
She has a degree in Law from The University of Bristol.
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