Charlotte is developing a busy and varied commercial and traditional Chancery practice and is regularly instructed in all areas of Chambers' work including contentious and non-contentious trusts and equity matters (including asset recovery, private-client and corporate trust-related disputes), general commercial and contractual disputes, wills and probate, insolvency, pensions (particularly dispute resolution) and taxation.
Charlotte has wide litigation experience for her call, including several multi-day High Court and County Court trials, appeals, contested interim applications including disclosure and injunction applications before High Court and Circuit judges and matters before Masters and in the Companies Court. She has experience of acting as sole and junior counsel.
Charlotte's practice also involves a broad range of drafting and advisory work, particularly in relation to taxation law, in which she has a particular interest. Charlotte is frequently instructed to advise on tax planning and after-the-event disputes and has advised private individuals, companies, and charitable and religious bodies.
As part of her tax practice Charlotte is happy to undertake or advise on the drafting of trusts, wills, asset transfer agreements and similar documents.