Alicia is a litigator who advises individuals, families, and trustees on the full range of domestic and international contentious trusts and probate matters. Clients value her ability to marry high-quality and pragmatic legal advice with a calm and personable manner.
Alicia’s practice covers a broad range of complex trust and probate issues, often with an international element. She frequently advises on succession planning and trust administration, working with trustees, beneficiaries and settlors. She also has particular experience with claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975.
Alicia often assists in high-profile, high-value family trust disputes that span multiple jurisdictions. She takes a thoughtful and discreet approach to helping clients navigate the fine balance between protecting their position while minimising long-term effects to the family.
Alicia qualified as a solicitor in 2017. She is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese.
Alicia has recently co-written an article for Trusts & Trustees on the development of trustees’ duties. She has a background in corporate tax litigation, and is the co-author of the UK chapter on transactional profit split in an upcoming book on transfer pricing.