Caroline Gibbs

Caroline

Gibbs

Caroline has many years’ experience of advising a wide range of businesses and private individuals in respect of their commercial and civil litigation needs...

...helping them with a broad range of disputes, assisting them to achieve the resolution they seek. Clients like her measured pragmatic commercial approach, her thoroughness, and her ability to get to the essence of a matter and suggest practical ways forward using all kinds of alternatives to going to Court i.e. negotiation, mediation etc. if appropriate.

Caroline advises on contractual and commercial disputes, debt recovery, building /construction disputes, property, insolvency including winding up and bankruptcy, professional negligence...

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Caroline has many years’ experience of advising a wide range of businesses and private individuals in respect of their commercial and civil litigation needs...

...helping them with a broad range of disputes, assisting them to achieve the resolution they seek. Clients like her measured pragmatic commercial approach, her thoroughness, and her ability to get to the essence of a matter and suggest practical ways forward using all kinds of alternatives to going to Court i.e. negotiation, mediation etc. if appropriate.

Caroline advises on contractual and commercial disputes, debt recovery, building /construction disputes, property, insolvency including winding up and bankruptcy, professional negligence (particularly claims against solicitors, surveyors and financial advisors) and shareholder/ director disputes, partnership disputes.

Caroline is also a specialist in contested probate and trust cases, advising on issues arising out of problems with estates, wills, including probate actions where the mental capacity of the deceased is in dispute , want of knowledge and approval claims , and complex cases under the Inheritance ( Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 , litigation involving construction of wills, actions against personal representatives and trustees, and issues arising in relation to powers of attorney and matters  in the Court of Protection and is undertaking her ACTAPS (Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists) training.

She has developed long established links with experts in various fields so as to be able to retain the best external advisors for her clients i.e. building surveyors, planning experts etc.

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