Baker & Partners are happy to announce Jersey Advocate and English Barrister William Redgrave’s acceptance into membership of ACTAPS (Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists).
ACTAPS is well respected amongst Contentious Trusts practitioners and has strict criteria for membership, with additional requirements for barristers. William had to demonstrate extensive relevant experience in breach of trust claims and dispute resolution in relation to trusts.
Before moving to Jersey in 2008, William practised at the English Bar for 13 years. He was appointed as a Crown Advocate in 2012. William has appeared in many notable recent civil decisions in Jersey. He appeared for the successful plaintiff in a recent case in which an overseas judgment debtor denied for two years that he was beneficially interested in assets held within a complex structure headed by a Jersey foundation. The case concluded with a capitulation by the defendant.
Stephen Baker, Senior Partner at Baker & Partners, commented:
“William is an outstanding barrister and advocate, and the recent confirmation of his membership of ACTAPS, particularly given the additional stringencies for barristers, is testament to this.”
William Redgrave added:
“I’m delighted to have received confirmation of my membership of ACTAPS and look forward to the continuing development of my Jersey legal career.”