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Practical and in-depth guidance to the law and procedure of contentious probate
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"the book features numbered paragraphs ... it is an understatement to say that this book is indispensable for those practicing in this complicated and sensitive area of law. Certainly the book should be considered an essential acquisition for every practitioner's library."An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers
"To achieve the goal of educating and informing this book's intended audience in so few pages shows that the authors have a remarkably strong grasp of their subject, and a flair for making complex points in a simple way. That is a sign of true experts.
The fact that this reviewer, who is far from an expert in probate disputes and remedies, came away feeling that he now has a reasonable understanding of the subject shows what a success this book truly is."
"a book that can be recommended widely for those involved in probate practice, even for those who would not regard themselves as normally being involved in contentious probate matters ... The information in this book will be a considerable help in avoiding disputes escalating beyond the point of reasonable settlement or even preventing the dispute occurring in the first place ... a useful appendix of forms and precedents ... provides a wealth of material ... a very accessible book, which works well"STEP Journal
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