Brittany joined the Property & Estates team following completion of her pupillage in September 2016. During her time with Guildhall, Brittany has gained broad experience of matters ranging from real property disputes to probate and trust matters. Brittany is also comfortable dealing with a variety of procedural matters and has appeared in the county courts, first-tier tribunal and the High Court.
Brittany has a broad experience of civil litigation and regularly appears in civil courts to deal with procedural matters, substantive hearings of disputes on all three tracks and appeals. She has a comprehensive knowledge of the procedural rules, enabling her to identify and head off potential difficulties before they become costly and to ensure that proceedings run smoothly and efficiently.
She appeared in front of HHJ Matthews in Morris v Hatch  EWHC 1448 (Ch) in which she successfully defended the Claimant's issue of a witness summons against a non-party solicitor in a dispute concerning the nature of a £250,000 payment.
In her property work, Brittany has advised clients on jurisdictional issues, appeared in multi-day trials and regularly advises clients on real property matters. She regularly appears in and advises on landlord and tenant disputes, real property matters involving boundary disputes, easements, etc and estates and trusts work.
Brittany provides cost-effective assistance in instances where an estate is of limited value. Her experience includes assisting with the revocation of grant, appointment and removal of executors and preparing and mediating claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975.