Commercial and chancery barrister, Natasha Dzameh, joined Sarah Bolt, Managing Associate in the Private Client Dispute Resolution Team at Freeths LLP, and Title Research for a third podcast. This time they discuss claims for reasonable financial provision, including:

  • What is reasonable financial provision and who can make a claim?
  • Mediation and the likelihood of a case reaching court.
  • Practical steps for Private Client Practitioners to avoid clients’ Wills being challenged
  • Recent case updates

Listen here

Details of Natasha’s wills & trusts practice can be found here. Natasha is consistently ranked as a leading junior in Chambers UK and Legal 500 and is often instructed as sole counsel in high value, multifaceted litigation. She has been published in the Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal several times.

You can also listen to the first podcast on estate claims here.

The second on will disputes can be found here.

If you would like to instruct Natasha on a commercial or chancery matter, please contact her clerks on: c[email protected] or 0117 923 4740

Natasha is a great go-to counsel for complex matters – very responsive and approachable. ‘She has real technical brilliance’. ‘She is skilled at working through tricky cases and finding the best legal route to enable the client to achieve the desired outcome’. ‘She is excellent with the clients and able to put them at ease’.”