Georgia is an associate solicitor in the trust and estate disputes team. 

Georgia acts for both claimants and defendants on a range of trust and contentious probate matters.

These include:

  • claims pursuant to the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 ('the 1975 Act')
  • domicile disputes
  • will challenges
  • claims concerning the beneficial ownership of property
  • disputes with personal representatives and trustees
  • trust, estate and administration issues

Georgia also advises on contentious Court of Protection matters, acting for people who lack capacity, deputies, attorneys and other interested parties on matters such as disputes relating to financial abuse, removing a deputy/attorney, statutory wills and disputed lifetime gifts.

Georgia joined Russell-Cooke as a trainee in March 2018 and qualified as a solicitor in March 2020. During her training contract, Georgia gained experience across a number of litigation departments and in the private client team.

  • Georgia read jurisprudence at Pembroke College, Oxford University, graduating with an upper second class BA
  • Georgia completed her LPC combined with an MSc in Law, Business and Management at the University of Law in Manchester