10 June 2020 | Comment | Article by Roman Kubiak TEP

The problem with writing your will in lockdown - Roman Kubiak writes for Marie Curie

The problem with writing your Will in lockdown - Partner and Head of Contested Wills, Trusts and Estates, Roman Kubiak, writes for Marie Curie's 'Talkabout' magazine.

With almost the entire planet in lockdown or observing social distancing measures, we are having to adapt quickly; finding ways of staying fit, home schooling our children, coming together to help the most vulnerable in our society and embracing technology.

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Author bio

Roman is a partner and head of the contested wills, trusts and estates team. He advises across the whole spectrum of private client litigation, with a particular focus on high value, complex and cross-border disputes including: trust disputes, breach of trust claims and applications to remove trustees; will disputes, particularly those with an international element; claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975; and claims for equitable relief under proprietary estoppel, constructive trusts and resulting trusts.



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