Abha has a broad common law practice with emphasis on chancery, financial remedy and private law family work.

She has successfully brought claims on behalf of partners, spouses and dependants under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 as well as advising on the merits of bringing and defending such claims, and acting for the defendant children and executors.

Abha has also acted on behalf of beneficiaries and executors named in a will/ administrators of estates in the full range of probate claims such as proceedings to remove a caveat, claims to prove a will in solemn form, for a declaration that a will is invalid due to incapacity, claims for breach of duty, and claims to remove executors.

In addition, Abha has acted and advised for both petitioners and respondents in contentious divorce cases. Abha has also advised on and drafted co-habitation agreements, advised on financial matters following the break up of co-habiting relationships, and claims under TOLATA. Abha has a particular interest in financial remedy cases where the significant assets are property. Abha also undertakes instructions in child arrangements disputes.

Before joining 1COR, Abha was in private practice at a highly regarded private client firm advising on contentious trusts and probate matters and as  Head of Contentious Trusts and Probate and then Head of Private Client (including divorce, financial remedy and contact disputes) at a top 200 national law firm.

Probate & Trusts Professional Negligence Court of Protection Financial Remedies Children (Private Law) Public Access
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