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Jeremy Abraham

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Dawson Cornwell

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Family/contentious trusts and probate.


Partner undertaking family law (predominantly ancillary relief), contentious trusts and probate. Also Court of Protection deputy and private client trustee. Acting for mostly wealthy individuals, but also trust corporations and charities.


Trained at Ratcliffe Duce & Gammer; qualified 1983; partner at present firm 2011; Russell Jones & Walker; Birkbeck Montagu’s; Robert Brand & Co; Houghtons Solicitors Ltd; Penningtons; Matthew Arnold & Baldwin LLP.


English, conversational French.


Law Society, FMA, ACTAPS, STEP, LSLA, Resolution; Adrg; IBA; Franco-British Lawyers Association.


Lord Wandsworth College; Keele University, College of Law (BA (Hons) Law/American Studies).


Reading, renovating French property.

London: Private client

Court of protection

Within: Court of protection

Dawson Cornwell  has substantial court of protection expertise which is largely due to the strength of Jeremy Abraham’s experience as a court appointed deputy. Abraham has ‘great client management skills and is reassuring and wise’. His cases generally involve mid-to-high-net-worth individuals some of whom have been awarded substantial compensation and he focuses on property and affairs. Other areas of expertise include advising on declarations of capacity as well as on the international removal of people who fall under the remit of the court of protection. Associate Anna Shadbolt  is ‘very clever and relates brilliantly with clients’.

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Family: mediation

Within: Leading individuals

Jeremy Abraham - Dawson Cornwell

Within: Family: mediation

Jeremy Abraham at Dawson Cornwell  is a ‘hugely experienced mediator who brings his intelligence and empathy to each case’. Abraham is accredited by the Family Mediation Council, by Resolution and by the Family Mediators. Senior associateJessica Reid  has recently become a Resolution trained mediator –she also has a ‘good reputation’.

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