Sophie is an associate with a broad range of dispute resolution experience having worked at Boyes Turner for over 20 years. Sophie specialises in commercial litigation, advising on a variety of commercial disputes and pursuing and defending claims of variable values and complexity. She is familiar with all stages from pre-action negotiations through to trial and enforcement.
Sophie also has an interest in advising private individuals in contentious will disputes and a particular interest in claims for reasonable and financial provision under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. Her empathy and ability to reassure clients helps to guide them through the stresses of litigation in this area.
Sophie also supports other senior lawyers in the group on a variety of higher value complex litigation disputes.
Sophie has written articles that have appeared in Today’s Wills & Probate, Estate Research and Expert Witness Journal.
Sophie is an associate chartered legal executive having qualified as a fellow in March 2013.
Away from the office Sophie keeps herself busy with her family life, experimenting with cooking and enjoys getting out in the fresh air either on long dog walks or running with friends.
- Contract and commercial claims including IT disputes
- Dispute Resolution
- Claims for breach of contract
- Disputed insolvency claims including applications to set aside statutory demands
- Company restorations
- Probate disputes – Including challenging wills, and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975