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Nicola Parr
      • Nicola Parr
      • Partner Contentious Probate - Newark
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      • 01636 675591
      • 07881 201331
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      • 1 Trentside Business Village
      • Fardon Road
      • Newark
      • Nottinghamshire
      • NG24 4XB

Nicola Parr

Partner Contentious Probate - Newark

Area of Expertise:

  • All aspects of Contentious Probate work and Contentious Court of Protection work
  • Claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
  • Disputes regarding the validity of Wills because of lack of capacity of the deceased, undue influence, forgery, fraud or a failure to observe the required formalities when executing a Will
  • Applications to the Court to remove and replace the Executors of a Will
  • Applications to the Court to rectify or interpret Wills after a person’s death
  • All other disputes in connection with a person’s assets and estate following their death
  • Disputes between Attorneys appointed under Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs)
  • Dealing with claims against Attorneys and Deputies brought following investigation by the OPG
  • Claims to remove an appointed Attorney or Deputy or to challenge their appointment in the first place

Nicola is highly regarded for her ability to engage with clients and other professionals in a sympathetic and constructive manner and she works hard to achieve the best possible outcomes for her clients be that through formal court proceedings or through mediation.

Supervisor: David Rogerson

Professional Information:

  • Qualified as a Solicitor in 2001
  • Law LL.B (Hons) Integrated French from Staffordshire University
  • Completed her Legal Practice Course at Staffordshire University
  • Associate Member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS)
  • Specialist Contentious Private Client Solicitor since 2010
  • Joined Chattertons in 2017
  • Alzheimer's Society Dementia Friend – an initiative to change the way the nation thinks, acts and talks about dementia.