Knowledge and approval - When is a will suspicious?
Jane Keir concluded her five-year term as the first female senior partner at Kingsley Napley last April, having played a key part in making the firm one of the most diverse in the industry. ‘We made it work,’ she tells Spear’s. ‘Over 50 per cent of our lawyers are women and we’re proud to be the top law firm in the Sunday Times 100 Best
Companies to Work For.’
December saw the culmination of a major two-year case acting for Aparna Bangur, whose ex-husband was attempting to claim against her family’s wealth in India. The case, she says, ‘is now being used as a warning to “gold-diggers” who think they have an entitlement to the family wealth of the ex by reason of the marriage’.
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