Naomi Ireson is a specialist in contested will disputes.
The independent guide to the legal profession, The Legal 500, described Naomi as ‘knowledgeable, experienced and thorough’ and noted for her ‘exemplary’ attention to detail.
Naomi has a particular interest in beneficial interest claims arising on the basis of a resulting trust, constructive trust or estoppel as well as related TOLATA proceedings, having been victorious in the reported Court of Appeal case of Ely v Robson, 2016 EWCA Civ 774.
She is frequently instructed in claims under the Inheritance Act 1975 and challenges to the validity of Wills, acting on behalf of claimants as well as defending such claims.
Naomi is a firm advocate of Alternative Dispute Resolution, particularly mediation, and has an exceptional record of success in resolving the most difficult and protracted will disputes.
She is happy to act on a No Win, No Fee basis and will assess potential claims free of charge.