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Luke Watson

Partner Litigation & Dispute Resolution | Bath
Direct: 01225 750052
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07764326020

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I have specialised in Dispute Resolution work since I qualified in 1999.

I have a considerable breadth of experience in both property and commercial disputes, but I have also developed a niche practice in dealing with disputed Wills, trusts and estates.

I work with a range of clients from private individuals to corporates. For me it’s about developing meaningful and long-term client relationships based on mutual trust, which invariably benefits my clients. That’s why I am a firm believer in providing clear, objective advice to my clients even if sometimes it’s not what they want to hear.

I am a full member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS - www.actaps.com) and a member of the Property Litigation Association (www.pla.org.uk).

Out of work I enjoy cycling and am a qualified coach. I also have a young family and a dog all of which keeps me very busy.

 

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