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Caroline is an accomplished solicitor within our Wills, Trusts & Tax team and possesses a wealth of experience in a number of areas of law.  


Background & Expertise 

Before joining Aaron & Partners, Caroline worked at a top 100 law firm for over a decade, working on complex commercial litigation matters. This included handling contentious disputes ranging from Office of Fair Trading investigations to Commercial Agents claims. 

Wanting to focus on a singular area of law that she had a passion for, Caroline joined Aaron & Partners in March 2023 as a solicitor as part of the Wills, Trusts, & Tax team. 

Caroline's clients includes high net worth private clients, large corporate clients, wealthy landowners, and private individuals. Her clients trust her expertise in navigating complex legal matters and achieving favorable outcomes. 


Specialisations & Personal Achievements  

Caroline’s main area of expertise lies in handling Contentious Probate matters, a highly specialised area of law. Within this field, Caroline adeptly manages a wide range of inheritance and trust disputes. She is also experienced in dealing with Injunctions and professional negligence claims, which can often come into play in trust and inheritance disputes. 

Caroline's success can be attributed to her approach towards her clients, believing that every client is different, and their needs must be addressed accordingly. This empathetic outlook allows her to understand the emotions and concerns of her clients, which is crucial in providing bespoke, tailored advice and solutions. Communication is also a vital aspect of her practice, as she must be able to explain complex legal issues in an easily understandable manner for her clients. 


Recent Work Examples 

  • Acted for beneficiaries seeking to set aside a will believed to be invalid on grounds of lack of testamentary capacity, lack of knowledge and approval and procured by means of undue influence; 
  • Handled claims involving the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975; 
  • Advised her client in relation to the removal and replacement of trustees; 
  • Advised beneficiaries in respect of claims against trustees of discretionary trusts; 
  • Appointed independent administrators.