Wills and estates disputes happen during periods of heightened emotional stress. During such difficult periods, we aim to protect our clients’ interests and seek resolutions early in the case. Every dispute is unique so we endeavour to listen carefully to our clients to provide effective, bespoke advice. As these matters are invariably sensitive, we work with our clients to develop an approach that balances the need to protect their interests with the need to avoid unnecessary litigation.
We deal with common estate litigation issues, representing executors, personal representatives, and beneficiaries in conflict. Our team assists clients with applications during the administration of estates, issues regarding rectification or construction of a Will, and issues regarding the validity and variation of Wills.
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Some firms offer a fixed fee, but that isn’t always in the best interests of the client. On occasions, that is an arrangement that can encourage shortcuts to be taken. While there are cases in which we’re able to offer a fixed fee, we do what’s right for the individual client, not what’s easiest – and that means no cutting corners.
First, speak to us. Police can grant bail, but there are several exceptions in relation to serious charges, and if the defendant has previously contravened bail conditions. Your solicitor can advise of ‘exceptional circumstances’ and if that is necessary to grant bail. If your husband has been arrested on charges of assaulting you, his solicitor will not be permitted to speak with you. In this case, ask a friend or family member to contact us.
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As your legal counsel, we’ll look the part but it helps if you apply the same consideration to your appearance. No need for a suit but look smart and a bit dressed up. It’s important to be seen to be making an effort to show your respect for the Court.