Juliet Petchey.

Kingston upon Thames Solicitors
Partner / Head of Litigation Team
Disputes and Litigation
Debt recovery
Mediation
Contentious Probate Disputes
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Juliet holds an LLB (Hons) from the University of Exeter, attended the College of Law, Guildford and qualified as a Solicitor in 1996. Juliet is a member of The Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS). Prior to joining Howell Jones, she worked at Colemans-ctts as an Associate. Juliet works with Howell Jones as a partner and heads our Litigation team.

Juliet specialises in contentious Probate, Property and Boundary disputes and Professional Negligence.

Juliet has had notable success across a number of cases, her most prominent, Banfield v Campbell [2018] EWHC 1943 (Ch), [2018] WTLR 781 where Juliet successfully acted for Claimant under 1975 Inheritance (provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

When not working, Juliet enjoys spending time with her family and dog and travelling. She enjoys horse-riding, diving and Pilates and loves to relax in the kitchen cooking and baking.

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Disputes and Litigation

Do you want to make a claim? Is someone claiming compensation from you? Litigation is used to describe the process...

Debt recovery

debt recovery solicitors. Use our efficient and experienced debt recovery lawyers to recover money you are owed. Our robust but...

Mediation

what is mediation? Mediation is a way of resolving disputes through communication and negotiation. It is sometimes referred to as...

Contentious Probate Disputes

Probate disputes are often personal and complex. The burden of dealing with legal administration during an intensely emotional time can...

Everything has been done in a most efficient and helpful way.

Apart from the excellent advice, the matter was dealt with promptly whenever required and Juliet had the art of empathising with me.  May I say I consider your firm is fortunate in having as a member of staff a person of the ability of Juliet .

P Brady
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