These include property disputes, trust disputes, issues relating to professional negligence and issues surrounding the construction of wills, contentious and non-contentious probate, and the administration of estates.
Charities are commonly named as residuary legatees of estates and as such often find themselves as defendants in disputes under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 and in connection with the administration of estates. Members of Chambers frequently act for charities in litigation, and this has included such high profile disputes as RSPCA v Gill  EWCA Civ 1430, RSPCA v Sharp  EWCA Civ 1474 and Ilott v Mitson  UKSC 17
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