At Moore Barlow, we focus on helping entrepreneurs and leaders of businesses and organisations, and private individuals and families through the opportunities, the challenges, and the sometimes life-altering circumstances that may come their way.
For us, it is all about starting a conversation and building a relationship between people who care about the outcome, rather than just between a ‘firm’ and a ‘client’. By understanding what’s at stake, we can apply a personalised approach and the highest standards of care, so you get the best outcome.
In the commercial world, we help entrepreneurial businesses thrive in the long-term, and we also support individuals and families protect and transfer their wealth. Your immediate need is part of a complex whole.
We don’t simply do the job in a vacuum, in the same way each time. Instead, we think about the best way for each individual person we’re advising. Often, you will need advice from different people in our firm who bring their expertise and experience to bear. Our firm is the right size to make this happen: we all know each other and work with each other all the time, so everything is coordinated and efficiently run. You’ll get a seamless team working on your behalf.
We know that your plans and aspirations are long-term. So our advice always takes this into account. We also build teams who work together so you will get to know us over time. You can only get the best advice within a long-term relationship and this is very much our bread and butter.
At Moore Barlow we are like you. We have our own dynamic growth business to run, and we too have families to support. This, combined with years of experience, means we completely ‘get’ what you need from advisors like us.
We are also proud of our open and communicative culture, which means you always know what’s going on and where you are in the process.Show more +
Scott is the Head of the Contentious Trusts and Estates team at Moore Barlow, a leading UK law firm. Scott works with private individuals and charities in respect of disputes arising out of Wills, Trusts and Inheritance matters which often involve assets in multiple jurisdictions. Scott has particular expertise in cases involving allegations of lack of testamentary capacity, undue influence, want of knowledge and approval, and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
Scott also advises charities clients, on a wide range of legacy related matters to resolve complex disputes in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
Scott advises on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, such as mediation and he is experienced in dealing with cases in both the High Court and Court of Protection.Show more +
Trusts & Estates in England
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