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James Smith on the concept of 'intermeddling' in an estate

Posted on 05 September 2019

James Smith, Associate in Private Wealth Disputes team, comments for Lexis Nexis PSL on 'intermeddling' in an estate and whether an executor can bring claims against the estate of which he/she is a personal representative.

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