Katherine Marshall is a senior solicitor in the dispute resolution team based at our Lincoln and Horncastle offices.
Qualifying as a solicitor in 2009, her training was undertaken with a large regional firm. Following qualification Katherine joined a niche litigation firm, dividing her time between their Lincolnshire and London offices before joining Wilkin Chapman in 2018.
Katherine deals with both commercial clients and private individuals in a range of civil and commercial disputes including contract, shareholder/director and boundary disputes. Her particular specialism is in contentious probate and professional liability claims where she has represented claimants, defendants and estates ranging from claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975, under the doctrine of estoppel, propounding and attacking the validity of wills and the removal of trustees and executors. Given her agricultural background, she has particular interest and knowledge of these disputes in a farming context.
Katherine is currently a member of the prestigious Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS), a national organisation with members countrywide as well as a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers’ Association.
She is also able to advise in claims against a range of professionals including:
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