Solicitor Also Moving To Will Disputes Team
Irwin Mitchell has appointed a highly experienced will disputes partner and a specialist solicitor in Birmingham.
The Irwin Mitchell Will, Trust and Estates Dispute team is the largest specialist national team in the UK and acts for hundreds of clients each year.
Highly experienced Kamal Majevadia become the team’s 6th Partner and joins from Sydney Mitchell where he was head of department and covered Dispute Resolution, Contentious Probate and Professional Negligence.
Kamal specialises in probate disputes such as inheritance tax claims and trust disputes, contentious trusts and issues with trustees as well as professional negligence. He has acted on disputes involving multi-millions of pound of assets across several jurisdictions.
He is also a member of The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS) and is recommended in the independent Legal 500 guide to the best lawyers.
He will also be joined by Sabrina Moray a specialist will disputes solicitor who is moving to the Birmingham team from Sydney Mitchell. Sabrina deals with contentious probate, debt recovery and property disputes including cohabitation claims.
Irwin Mitchell provides legal and financial advice to both individuals and businesses and Kamal says the breadth of service and the human touch approach to working with clients was what attracted him to the firm.
He said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to join Irwin Mitchell which is the leading will dispute team in the UK. The support network of added services of a full service firm couple with the financial planning and asset management services on offer will be extremely attractive to my clients. We also share the same ethos of providing a human touch approach to working with our clients and I can’t wait to get started.”
Expert Opinion“We’re pleased to be welcoming someone with Kamal’s experience and calibre to our fast-growing will dispute team which is already one of the largest in the UK. We’re passionate about helping people through their disputes. This can be a very emotional time for people who have often lost someone close to them and are then immediately faced with problems, often involving family members or someone else close to them. We work with our clients to find the right resolution for them whether that is via a collaborative mediation process or by taking a tougher approach via the courts.” Paula Myers - Partner
Irwin Mitchell has also recently recruited Partners in Employment, Tax Trusts and Estates, Real Estate and Banking and Finance. The firm has adopted a flexible by choice approach to working where colleagues choose where and when they work subject to client requirements with no restrictions on coming into its offices.