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Join us for a compelling session titled ‘Anatomy of a 1975 Act Claim’ featuring esteemed legal experts from Anthony Gold Solicitors, Kimberley McGhie and Tom Dickinson, alongside James Egan and James Poole of 10 Old Square. This one-hour seminar will delve into the intricacies of managing a 75 Act claim through an engaging case study.

Key topics include:

  • Strategic responses as an executor
  • Navigating funding and costs, with insights into Conditional Fee Agreements
  • Considerations for protected parties
  • Approaches to settlement and tax implications, including the nuances of removing personal representatives

 

Following the seminar please join us for a drinks reception at a nearby venue.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of complex legal processes and interact with leading professionals in the field.

Meet our panel:

 

Tom Dickinson – Partner, Anthony Gold Solicitors

Tom now specialises in contentious trust and probate litigation and has a broad caseload which includes: will disputes, trust disputes, disputes involving Personal Representatives and trustees and claims under the Inheritance Act 1975.

He has been recognised as a “Key Lawyer” in this area by the Legal 500 in every edition since 2020.  He was ranked as a “Rising Star” by the Legal 500 in 2023.   He is described as “an excellent communicator with a superb grasp of the law.

 

Kimberley McGhie – Senior Associate, Anthony Gold Solicitors

Kim specialises in contentious trust and probate matters and has a broad caseload which includes: will disputes, trust disputes, disputes involving Personal Representatives and trustees and claims under the Inheritance Act 1975.

Kim was recognised as a “Key Lawyer” in the 2023 edition of the Legal 500 directory, for her Contentious Trusts and Probate work.

 

 

 

James Egan – Barrister, 10 Old Square Chambers

James has a busy and successful traditional and commercial chancery, property and private client practice. Both in and out of Court, he is often commended for his attention to detail, focused legal analysis, and his persuasive written and oral advocacy.

James is also regularly instructed in cases brought by or against children and/or protected parties, and he is therefore very familiar with acting on behalf of or litigating against ‘litigation friends’ for children and protected parties.

James Poole – Barrister, 10 Old Square Chambers

James is regularly recommended for the quality of his legal analysis, his persuasive advocacy in court, the practicality of his advice, and his sensitive and responsive interaction with clients.

He is ranked by Legal 500 for both Private Client: Trusts and Probate and Property Litigation, and by Chambers & Partners and Chambers HNW for his Traditional Chancery practice.

 

 

 

 

 

For any queries please contact events@athonygold.co.uk

 

 

  •  June 19, 2024 - June 20, 2024
     5:30 pm - 10:00 pm