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Cripps Pemberton Greenish

NUMBER 22, MOUNT EPHRAIM, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, TN4 8AS, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01892 515121
Fax:
Fax 01892 544878
DX:
3954 TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Email:
Web:
www.cripps.co.uk
London EC4R, London SW3, Tunbridge Wells, West Malling

Myles McIntosh

Tel:
Work 01892 506136
Email:
Web:
www.crippspg.co.uk
Cripps Pemberton Greenish

Work Department

Private client.

Position

Partner and head of private client group since 2008, specialising in will, estate and trust disputes. Recent major cases include: (1) winning a multimillion pound settlement against an estate worth in excess of £30m (2) compromising of £2m estate dispute involving a family business; (3) defending a £15m trust challenge and obtaining costs against claimants.

Career

Trained Cripps LLP; qualified 1995; assistant Cripps LLP 1995-99; associate 1999-2001; partner 2001.

Member

Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS). A member of the national committee of ACTAPS since 2010.

Education

The Holy Trinity School, Crawley; University of Plymouth (1992 LLB Hons).

Leisure

Skiing, rugby, music and books.


South East: Human resources

Health and safety

Within: Health and safety

Cripps Pemberton Greenish works with clients in the construction, manufacturing, farming and retail sectors, as well as individual owners, employees and directors in advising on all aspects of health and safety law and environmental regulations. The firm also acts on behalf of clients in interviews with enforcement authorities and dealing with local authorities. Philip Youdan and Myles McIntosh are the key partners.

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South East: Private client

Contentious trusts and probate

Within: Contentious trusts and probate

Cripps Pemberton Greenish , which was formed following a merger between Cripps LLP and Pemberton Greenish, has a specialist dispute resolution practice, which is led by Myles McIntosh. Contentious trusts and probate matters are a core part of the work undertaken by the team. McIntosh works with Russell Simpson and Phillip Youdan. All three of the partners in the group are full members of the Association of Contentious Trust & Probate Specialists (ACTAPS). Both UK-based and overseas high net-worth individuals feature on the firm's client list. High-value trust disputes and will and inheritance disputes are among the recent areas of growth. Associate Dino Sikkel is another key figure.

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