"Fiercely clever and has an excellent grasp of this area of law. She has fantastic technical knowledge, and is able to effectively advise in relation to tactics and settlement discussions. Eliza creates a great rapport with the client and helps put them at ease. She remains calm under pressure and thinks creatively."
Eliza has a chancery practice specialising in contentious trusts and probate, 1975 Act claims, the removal of personal representatives, constructive trusts and proprietary estoppel. Eliza also acts in contentious Court of Protection matters, both financial and health and welfare.
Eliza was recently Junior Counsel for the Appellant in the highly publicised 1975 Act case of Cowan v Foreman in the Court of Appeal. She is a member of the LexisNexis Expert Panel for Family Law and Private Client.
Eliza has completed a five-month secondment in the trusts and succession disputes team at Withers LLP, where she handled and advised on a wide range of trust and probate disputes.
Her studies included French at Oxford and private international law at Cambridge and she is happy to accept instructions with an international dimension