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Tracey Angus QC

London, UK Global Guide 2022 Ranked in 1 departments
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Tracey Angus QC
Tracey Angus QC is a trusted and respected silk with an enviable trusts practice. She is a particularly fine choice of counsel for matrimonial trusts work and is frequently instructed both domestically and overseas.
Strengths: "She is unrivalled in her legal knowledge and skill as an advocate, and is always able to grasp the facts and details in a case. A go-to silk for a probate or capacity dispute."
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Traditional Chancery practice focussed on trusts, contentious probate, family provision, Court of Protection and related professional negligence. Acted in trust disputes in a variety of contexts, traditional dynastic trusts to commercial trusts, applications to remove trustees, set aside trustees’ decisions, determine points of construction, seeking compensation for breach of trust. Regularly represents trustees and beneficiaries in matrimonial disputes. Acted in high-profile probate disputes, extensive experience of 1975 Act claims and variety of equitable claims including: to set aside transactions for undue influence and fraud, proprietary estoppel, tracing claims. Reported cases include: Wesley v Chantler [2018] EWHC 21 (will construction); Dellal v Dellal [2015] EWHC 907 (family provision); Re Lucian Freud [2014] WTLR 1453 (secret trusts); Curtis v Pulbrook [2011] EWHC (Ch) 167 (gifts in equity); [2009] EWHC 1370 (trusts; undue influence); Gill v Woodall [2011] Ch 380 (probate); [2009] EWHC 3778 (Ch) (probate; proprietary estoppel); Holman v Howes [2008] 1 FLR 1217 (constructive trusts; estoppel); Kostic v Chaplin [2007] EWHC 2289 (probate); [2008] WTLR 655 (costs); P v G [2007] WTLR 691 (family provision).

Career

Called 1991. Silk 2012.

Professional Memberships

ACTAPs, PNBA, ChBA.

Publications

Co­-author 'A Practical Guide to Inheritance Act Claims' (2nd Ed. Law Society 2017).

Personal

MA Hons (Edin); Dip Law (City).

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