Myles leads the private client department at Cripps Pemberton Greenish having taken up the position in 2008. He is responsible for setting its strategic direction, development and growth.
He is a very well-known and highly regarded solicitor who has more than 25 years’ experience in advising trustees, executors and beneficiaries in relation to a broad range of contentious trusts and estates matters, principally focusing his personal practice on disputes with a value of more than £2 million. He has significant experience in advising private individuals and trustees on cross-border inheritance disputes, Will disputes, Inheritance Act claims, estate administration issues, breach of trust and proprietary estoppel claims.
In 2018, Myles advised trustees in a dispute worth £50 million and a French national defending a claim being brought by children from a previous marriage against an estate worth £5.5 million.
Myles is a member of the national committee of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (‘ACTAPS’), the specialist organisation whose membership contain only experts in this area. He was instrumental in setting up the South of England ACTAPS group of top ranked firms (all of whom similarly are experts in this field) to share knowledge and improve standards.