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 Nazia Nawaz
  July 27, 2021
Nazia Nawaz, Head of Contentious Probate at Ramsdens, has featured on WhatInvestment explaining how you can protect your loved ones to avoid inheritance disputes in a blended family.
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 Nazia Nawaz
  July 12, 2021
The loss of a loved one is a difficult time and having doubt whether their Will truly reflects their wishes can make an emotional time even more difficult.
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 Nazia Nawaz
  June 16, 2021
Our Head of Contentious Probate, Nazia Nawaz has featured on the Express Online discussing our recent research which found that of the 1,100 British people surveyed, 44% of adults would turn on their family and friends if they felt they had been “snubbed by a loved one’s Will.”
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 Nazia Nawaz
  May 19, 2021
Our Head of Contentious Probate, Nazia Nawaz has featured in the Daily Express, discussing the complications that may arise should you not draw up a will.
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  October 9, 2020
We are delighted to have achieved another year of great rankings in the Legal 500. This year we’ve ranked in eight practice areas across our Business and Personal services (including Corporate and Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Employment, Commercial Property, Family, Contentious Probate, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate and Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury: Claimant) and 20 solicitors have been recommended for their work.
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 Nazia Nawaz
  July 14, 2020
The widespread confusion around who can contest a will, and for which reasons, mean that many people are missing out on inheritance that could be legally owed to them.
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 Nazia Nawaz
  June 1, 2020
This is something which the Court had to consider in the recent case of Clitheroe v Bond [2020]. The case relates to the Estate of Jean Clitheroe who died in September 2017. She had three children, namely, a son and two daughters, one of whom had died in 2009. In 2010 she made her first Will effectively leaving the bulk of her estate to her son John Clitheroe and excluding her daughter Susan Bond.
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 Nazia Nawaz
  May 18, 2020
There has been several farming disputes before the courts in recent years and the latest decision in the case of Guest v Guest [2019] reminds us of the remedies available to successful Claimants in proprietary estoppel claims.
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