Robert Weston

Partner

Robert Weston, who joined mfg Solicitors in April 2010, is a Partner in the Litigation Division based at Kidderminster. He also heads the firm’s Contentious Probate Department, which is one of the largest specialist teams in this area of law in the country.

Within Contentious Trusts and Probate, mfg is a first tier firm within The Legal 500 quoting Robert as ‘extremely good with clients’, and ‘very knowledgeable and commercially aware’.

Areas of expertise:

Robert has more than 30 years’ experience in litigation and undertook his first contentious probate claim in 1988. Robert has litigated in all courts up to and including the House of Lords. He has also been involved in high profile and multi-party litigation one of which was a landmark judgment widely reported in both the legal media and wider press where he successfully defended the claim in Walker and another v Badmin and others [2014].

His area of expertise is contentious probate and claims made under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. He acts for trust corporations and individuals and receives recommendations from Barristers and other solicitors as a recognised expert in this area of law.

Membership of professional bodies and organisations:

Robert is a member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists.

Testimonials:

“Thank you so much for your guidance and support during this horrible set of circumstances.” August 2019

“This is the most wonderful news, absolutely wonderful. Thank you so very much. Words really do fail me, thank you so much for all you have done for me, I cannot tell you how grateful I am, words really do not suffice. You have stuck with me through the most awful times, We are so very grateful, I do not believe anyone else would have so patiently, competently and kindly seen me through this horror. Such wonderful advice and the terrific support and guidance given to me at every step of the way. I want people to know how they can go to you with absolute confidence, and how courteously and considerately they will be treated. I have been treated wonderfully, I wish this for others. Thank you so much.” Richard Young, September 2019.