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Cross-border trust disputes

This webinar forms part of the 2024 Trust & Corporate Services Providers Series.

Description

This webinar provides one-hour of CPD and offers insights and updates from a leading industry-expert speaker. 

All webinars can be booked individually, or you can book the entire series for a discounted cost. Delegates places are also interchangeable with colleagues from the same organisation.

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Presenter

Roman Kubiak TEP

Partner at Hugh James

Roman Kubiak 

Roman Kubiak is a partner and head of the market leading Contested Wills, Trusts and Estates team.

Alongside continuing to run a core caseload of complex, high value and cross-border will, trust and estate disputes, Roman is responsible for formulating and implementing the department’s business strategy and day-to-day operations, in line with the firm’s overall strategy.

He has been integral to the growth and development of the department and his initiatives have seen it gain recognition as a top ranked department for this type of work in the UK’s leading legal directories.

Roman also manages the relationships with a number of our key clients, partners, introducers and professionals in the industry.

Roman acts for high profile and high net worth individuals, financial institutions, professional trustees and executors and charities.

He advises across the whole spectrum of private wealth disputes, 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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