Tammy Parnell

Partner and Contentious Probate and Trusts Solicitor

Tammy Parnell is a Partner and contentious probate and Trusts Solicitor. She joined Clapham & Collinge in 2003 and became a Partner in August 2006. She has a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and qualified with a distinction in the Legal Practice Course. Tammy is an associate Member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists ( ACTAPS). She is also a member of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association) and Collaborative Family Lawyer.

She is a specialist in contentious probate and litigation arising from contested wills, elderly financial abuse, contested probate, power of attorney disputes and Inheritance Act claims. Together with advising on cohabitation, property, matrimonial and children cases. In particular resolving issues relating to finances arising out of separation and divorce. Pre-nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements and Declarations of Trust. She regularly advises unmarried couples, who are separating and seeking to resolve issues around jointly owned property and Trusts of Land Act cases. She also advises on contact and residence of children including those with an overseas element and non-molestation injunctions and occupation orders.

In addition to this as part of the senior management of the firm she is the Senior Responsible Officer (SRO) of the firm's busy conveyancing department and oversees the firm's membership of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2017's guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide recommend lawyer Tammy Parnell 'very understanding and approachable, giving a personal service and answering clients' questions quickly and efficiently' for practice areas Contentious trusts and probate and Family law.

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