Leanne Bramley is a solicitor within the dispute resolution team at our Lincoln office.
Leanne joined Wilkin Chapman in 2021. Prior to this, she studied the Legal Practice Course (LPC) part time whilst working as a paralegal in a well-known Nottingham law firm. Upon completion of the LPC, she qualified as a solicitor in 2019.
Leanne has dealt with a range of civil and commercial litigation cases involving contract disputes and sale of goods legislation, particularly fitness for purpose and satisfactory quality issues as well as property litigation including boundary disputes, adverse possession claims and landlord and tenant possession claims.
Specialising in contentious probate work, she regularly advises clients on claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975, challenges to wills, estoppel claims and the removal of trustees and executors.
Coupled with Leanne’s love of horse riding which spans 20 years, she also has knowledge in the niche area of equine law having advised clients on various sale and purchase disputes and veterinary negligence claims.
Through our Nation Farmers’ Union, legal panel membership scheme, she also advises clients on any agricultural related dispute.