Wills, trusts and estates

Bankside Chambers members have experience acting for beneficiaries and trustees of family trusts, commercial trusts, and estates of deceased persons. Such work regularly encompasses the interpretation of wills and declarations of trusts, controlling the appointment and removal of trustees, ascertaining ownership of assets, tracing of assets, and actions for breaches of trust and fiduciary duty.

Members also give advice and act in disputes concerning testamentary promises (including claims under the Law Reform (Testamentary Promises) Act 1949), testamentary incapacity (including undue influence) and claims under the Family Protection Act 1955.

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