Joseph is a litigator who specialises in complex trusts, estates, Court of Protection, and charity disputes.
He has particular expertise in claims for breach of trust, applications for removal of trustees and protectors, Public Trustee v Cooper applications, inter-family disputes in relation to the ownership of valuable antiques and artworks and claims in relation to the administration of estates, including constructive trust and proprietary estoppel claims.
Joseph has acted in a number of highly contentious family trust disputes and is therefore familiar with the delicate balance that is required between protecting the client’s position and minimising damage to family harmony.
Joseph acted on one of the leading cases in relation to the role of protectors of trusts (Davidson & Anor v Seelig & Ors,  EWHC 549 (Ch)).
Joseph was named as one of the Top 35 Private Client Lawyers Under 35 by eprivateclient in 2018.