Disputes within families are unfortunately increasingly common particularly when members of a family have disappointed expectations as to their inheritance.

In this complicated field of law it is important to know where you can receive sound advice and representation.

Alison Dukes is a specialist family solicitor with a wealth of experience in contentious probate matters, involving challenges to wills on the grounds of lack of capacity of the testator or undue influence. She has successfully represented a multitude of claimants to a successful outcome in bringing or defending claims arising under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

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“AMD have been brilliant helping us selling and buying our house. In particular, Laura was fantastic. She was incredibly helpful and responsive, always providing excellent and prompt responses via email or phone. This was the sixth time we have moved and AMD were the best solicitors we have ever used. We strongly recommend them”

 

07/07/2021
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“Just completed the sale of a house using Laura Wilkinson of AMD’s Clifton Bristol branch. Laura was very responsive, succinct and delivered on what she promised. A fixed fee was agreed in advance and the invoice received reflected this. Laura is proactive in her approach and needs no chasing – unlike some other solicitors acting for other members of the sales chain. I definitely want to use Laura for all future domestic conveyancing work”

01/03/2021
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“Couldn’t be more pleased with the service. Everything crystal clear, efficiently communicated and quick. The whole sales process was completed within a month, which was fantastic. Huge thanks to Amanda and Laura”.

01/03/2021
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