Hayley Bundey is an ACTAPS solicitor in Somerset
If you are looking for an ACTAPS solicitor in Devon or Somerset then contact Hayley Bundey.
Hayley is a solicitor specialising in inheritance disputes and contentious probate law
She is a partner at Legal 500 firm Slee Blackwell Solicitors. She is based at their Taunton office in Somerset, but deals with cases also for their Devon offices and in fact commonly throughout the country and abroad. She always says to potential clients that it is far more important that you find a specialist in this field than someone who may be closer to your doorstep but is a “dabbler” in such specialist cases; the latter can be very dangerous for the chances of your claim succeeding.
Hayley is particularly experienced in will disputes, Inheritance Act claims, trust disputes (including claims between co-executors or executors/beneficiaries) as well as beneficial ownership claims relating to property such as those for a constructive / resulting trust (under TOLATA) and proprietary estoppel. She is a keen advocate of mediation as an excellent source of ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) for such claims and has an excellent track record of settlement via mediations (and otherwise) as well as for winning at trial when settlement cannot be achieved.
She is a member of ACTAPS, the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists, which is an organisation of lawyers who only specialise in contentious trust and probate work and this therefore provides clients with the reassurance they often seek that she is a true specialist in the field.
Hayley offers a variety of legal funding options for these claims, including deferred fees, fixed fees and no win, no fee. She is always happy to have an informal chat with anyone looking to appoint a lawyer to either bring a claim themselves or deal with a claim that is being made against them; free of charge.
So if you need an ACTAPS solicitor in Somerset then contact Hayley Bundey by calling 0333 888 0404 or emailing her direct at [email protected]