Due to the high demand of our services, the Private Client Team at Paramount now comprises of Christine Marsh (Private Client Director), Julie Fitzpatrick (Costs Lawyer and Head of Private Client), Melanie Pearson (one of Paramount’s most experienced Senior Costs Draftsmen), Amanda Dinnin (Senior Costs Draftsman) and Michelle Crangle (Costs Lawyer).
Our highly experienced Private Client Team specialises in preparing all forms of Court of Protection Bills for assessment in the SCCO. Paramount’s experience & knowledge of costing also means that we deal with Clinical Negligence Litigation costs of claims which precede some Court of Protection matters, thus ensuring a smooth and continuous link within Paramount from Litigation costs to Court of Protection costs.
You may not normally consider instructing Costs Draftsmen to cost Probate files, however we find we can often achieve a higher level of profit costs than you expect as it can be easy to underestimate the time you have actually spent on the matter.
Our services are tailored to fit your individual needs and a single point of contact for your work ensures you have that personal touch. Competitive rates are offered together with a high quality costing service.
P was in his 60s and suffered from Dementia in Alzheimer’s Disease which was connected with an atypical form of Parkinson’s disease. Due to these conditions, he had a significant cognitive impairment. He had been residing in Spain for several years with his second wife but had been brought to the UK by his two […]
This was a test case concerning the conflicts of interest that may arise where a solicitor Property and Affairs Deputy instructs their own law firm to carry out acts or conduct litigation for the person who is the subject of the Deputyship Order (“P”). The matter before the Court concerned three individuals, each of whom […]
In a recent ACL roundtable meeting Master Gordon-Saker suggested that the natural progression for Court of Protection matters from mandatory electronic filing at the beginning of 2020 would be for Bills of Costs to be submitted in the electronic format. The current electronic Bill of Costs is currently only mandatory in Part 7 Multi-track cases […]