Private Practice

Associate - Contentious Trusts

  • Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which offers a broad range of legal services tailored to the needs of businesses and individuals from offices in London, Basingstoke, Cambridge, Guildford, Oxford and Reading.
  • You will advise on all aspects of trust and estate litigation, including claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, will validity disputes, disputes relating to the removal of trustees and personal representatives, estate and trust administration disputes and constructive trusts and proprietary estoppel claims.
  • Clients range from private individuals and owner managed businesses to multi-national corporations, public companies, professional partnerships, banks and financial institutions.
  • You will be client focussed and able to thrive to in a collegiate environment.
  • Your effective written and verbal communication skills will contribute towards your dedication to professional development.

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which provides high quality legal advice tailored to both businesses and individuals.

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