A court has corrected an error in a man’s will to reinstate his original intention as to how his estate should be divided among family members. The issue arose because the deceased had made a will in 1998 dividing his estate into 52 parts to be given to different named beneficiaries from his wife’s family.
Radha joined Machins in July 2016 and is a newly qualified solicitor in the Private Client Team.
Radha previously studied LLB Law at Birmingham City University and graduated with a first-class degree. In 2016, Radha completed the LPC achieving a commendation.
Specialist practice areas
- Elderly client work
- Powers of Attorney
TestimonialsYou explained every step of the procedure to me patiently and clearly. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending Machins to my friends and family. Thank you again!Radha was so kind, respectful, very patient, explained things slowly and clearly. Very approachable.You kept me informed throughout and your positivity, efficiency and kindness was very reassuring to me.
Latest news by Radha Chauhan
In 2019, the Office of the Public Guardian learned that nearly 75 percent of people think that their partners or close family members can automatically make decisions for them if they’re not able to. This is not true; only a lasting power of attorney (LPA) gives you the legal ability to give those you trust