"We turned to Pinney Talfourd when faced with a difficult situation dealing with our son's school where the school had treated us unfairly in a complaint.
Kerry Hull was nothing short of fantastic. She was efficient, calming, and added the gravitas we needed to get the situation resolved satisfactorily. We felt she understood our issue perfectly and fought our corner against those thought to be unassailable.
We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Ms Hull again, and certainly, when we encountered another legal matter recently, the first person we consulted was Kerry Hull."
Kerry is a Senior Associate and member of our Contested Wills & Probate Department. Kerry qualified as a solicitor in 1994.
Negotiating settlement at mediation on breach of promise claim in an estate valued at £1.2m.
Successful decision at trial over the existence of a property held on constructive trust valued at £235K.
Negotiating an estate settlement and dispute over beneficial interests in a property and claims of an invalid will due to undue influence valued at £225K.
Representing adult children and recovering through court proceedings and negotiations reasonable financial provision under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
Representing Executors in defending Inheritance Act claims by a spouse or adult child on the basis that the Will or lifetime gifts had provided reasonable financial provision.
Representing a number of estates for the removal of personal representatives where administration of the Estate is being frustrated.
Removal of a PR whose position was conflicted and recovery of estate moneys from the PR in an estate valued at £340K.
Representing Deputies and Attorneys in Court of Protection proceedings whether for appointment, issues over statutory wills or revocation of LPAs.
"Kerry was polite, approachable and very efficient, and helped us through a very difficult time."
"Extremely impressed by the services provided by Kerry Hull. Very efficient and most helpful. My "trauma" was over sooner, rather than later, thanks to her good work. Well done."