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Naomi O'Higgins

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Howard Kennedy LLP

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Partner. Naomi is a litigator and acts for families, individuals, trustees and beneficiaries in onshore and offshore trust and probate disputes. Naomi also advises on Court of Protection work such as statutory wills, disputes regarding the appointments or actions of attorneys and other matters concerning people lacking capacity to manage their own affairs.

She also has experience of group litigation, acting for claimants in professional negligence, trusts and mis-selling claims against financial advisers.


Naomi qualified as a solicitor in 2003. She read law at University College Dublin and holds a LLM from King's College London.


Member of ACTAPS (Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists).


Naomi qualified as a solicitor in 2003. She read law at University College Dublin and holds a LLM from King's College London.

London: Private client

Contentious trusts and probate

Within: Contentious trusts and probate

Howard Kennedy LLPis growing in importance in the market and has been doing some very significant work that often arises out of its large number of clients with large UK property portfolios’. The ‘very impressiveNaomi O’Higgins is ‘one to watch’; she ‘focuses relentlessly on trying to achieve her clients’ goals and motivates the whole team to do likewise’. The ‘cool and competentEmily Mailercompletely focuses on the best outcome for her client’. The team is ‘user-friendly and commercial in its approach’, and advises a broad array of clients on high-value and complex matters. It has a strong client base in the creative, entrepreneurial and charities sectors, and is increasingly working with clients and intermediaries in the Channel Islands and other offshore jurisdictions.

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