Of course, what is reasonable will depend on the circumstances, but the main things to consider include:. If you think you may have a claim, it is worth talking it over with us in the first instance.
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You have a much shorter timescale than with most court claims. You must issue a claim within 6 months of a grant of representation being issued. Contact us to find out more or to arrange a consultation.
Contested Probate When a person dies, their property and affairs have to be sorted out by the people left behind. It names the people who will have the power to deal with the persons property and affairs. This can mean children may not get anything.
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If there is no surviving spouse, the estate is divided equally between the children of the deceased. What happens if the outcome is wrong or unfair? Of course, what is reasonable will depend on the circumstances, but the main things to consider include: The value of the estate. The nature and history of the relationship between you and the deceased person.
Some of these properties had been in the family for decades. Managed the understandably high levels of acrimony and ill feeling between the parties. Negotiated a settlement which preserved the main family home. Some of the other siblings of whom there were nine! We attempted to reach an agreement between the family.
When negotiations broke down, we persuaded other siblings to drop their opposition and allow our application for probate to proceed.
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This meant that our client has been saved the costs and worry of a court claim. We provide advice on all music, film and TV agreements, the protection and exploitation of copyrights and related disputes. Our entertainment clients include songwriters, producers, recording artists, record labels, music publishers, record producers, DJs, management companies, TV production companies, art directors, models, chefs and media personalities.
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We have extensive experience in representing football players at all ages from youth to senior and all levels from non-league to senior international. Our advice encompasses transfer negotiations, contract negotiations, endorsements and kit contracts as well as non-playing issues. Our litigation experience enables us to provide a full advice service in dealing with the media including issues of defamation.
We act for insolvency practitioners, financial institutions, specialist lenders, directors and creditors in all types of insolvency both corporate and personal. We deal with both contentious and non-contentious insolvency work. Chris specialises in commercial transactions and copyright law. Nick qualified as a solicitor in and specialises in insolvency law, commercial law and litigation. Nick deals with all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency work and has a broad experience in commercial law as well as litigation matters arising from the foregoing from simple debt recovery to complex multi-jurisdictional high value litigation.
Vivienne is a lawyer specialising in commercial litigation and property transactions. Her corporate client base is drawn from new business start-ups and small to medium enterprise firms mainly in the leisure, media and retail industries. James qualified as a barrister in and spent three years practising in the area of intellectual property and contract.
He set up his own firm in and in May , he joined forces with Simon Long as joint senior partner of Collins Long. In his dual role as both litigation and commercial lawyer, James has represented clients across the industry spectrum. Reading the Melody Maker and NME it became apparent that the business stuff revolved around contracts … a light went on — maybe a career in the law was the way in. Fast forward through nearly 20 years of reviewing record deals and advising artists, Simon founded Collins Long with James Collins …with the ethos of providing sound advice combined with a personal and dedicated service to clients.
Fast forward again to the present time and the firm represents some impressive talent, from double Academy Award winners, Ivor Novello winners, multiple Grammy winners to Mobo winners, BRIT and Mercury nominees.
Leighton Lloyd specialises in film finance, mostly serving commercial, entertainment and banking sectors. His practice areas include entertainment law, media and intellectual property, music, mergers and acquisitions. He has represented and worked on film financing with a diverse range of clients regarding banking, equity, and international tax incentives, as well as offering strategic advice to producers, banks, and commercial equity investors.
Leighton enjoys the entrepreneurial side of film financing, production and music promotion. He is currently producing his own film in partnership with other producers. His film credentials are included in IMDB.
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Camilla specialises in commercial litigation, copyright protection and trademarks. Her clients include the UK's largest independent music distribution company and media companies. Patrick works across the full range of commercial, litigation and entertainment matters handled by the firm, with a particular emphasis on intellectual property litigation and the representation of new and emerging songwriters, recording artists and independent rights holders.
Patrick is also qualified to practice as a solicitor advocate in the higher courts of England and Wales. Her main area of expertise is advising clients on commercial contracts, company law issues as well as the protection and exploitation of music copyrights. Prior to joining the firm she worked with an international entertainment and games company in their in-house EMEA legal team.
Nick qualified as a solicitor in and has been involved in professional sport for some 30 years. He is substantially experienced in litigation, including defamation, particularly in a sports context, as well as in commercial issues in the sports environment. Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession has described Nick as "highly regarded amongst lawyers for his expert knowledge of football and the demands and needs of players. Janet has over forty years experience and is a Retired Member of the Institute of Legal Executives specialising in commercial and residential property.
She has acted for clients in the world of music, art, fashion, television, stage and politics as well as housing associations and union members.