About Andrew

Andrew joined Lupton Fawcett LLP as a Senior Solicitor in 2018.

He has over 30 year’s litigation experience, having been admitted as a solicitor in 1982. Andrew undertakes many aspects of commercial litigation work including partnership disputes, professional negligence and contract disputes.

He specialises in probate disputes.

When not at work

Mix 2 parts foreign travel with 3 parts food and wine, add a shot of Everton F.C and finish with a dash of creative writing.

Professional Societies

  • Law Society
  • ACTAPS

Specialisms

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Professional Negligence
  • Contract Disputes
  • Probate Disputes

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Make a Will week

I Haven’t Been Provided for in a Will but Should Have Been, What Can I Do?

A summary of a few of the ways in which the law can help if a deceased person should have provided for you after their

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 11th February 2019

Understanding Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards 1

The name is Moore, Roger Moore

The late actor might well have raised his famous eyebrow at a Court of Appeal case involving his namesake, Roger Moore and his son.

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 11th December 2018

Understanding Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards 1

A Warning for Partners in a Farming Business

When a partner in a farming partnership dies the surviving partners, often relatives, may assume that the land farmed or the farmhouse form assets of

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 20th November 2018

Make a Will week

What happens when your children’s father dies without leaving them anything in his Will?

This was the situation recently faced by Bianca Maria Corrado. She had been having a long-term affair with a married businessman, Malkiat Singh Ubbi. Together

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 22nd August 2018

Professional Negligence Pilot: Adjudication Re-launch

But he Promised to Remember me in his Will…

The potential way forward involves the doctrine of proprietary estoppel.

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 18th July 2018

Do we have a deal? Making sure that you are putting an end to a dispute

When does a signature not have to be a signature?

Strict rules govern the execution of Wills. A recent Court of Appeal judgement (Payne v Payne 2018) suggests that the court's view of what comprises a

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 4th June 2018

Make a Will week

Dealing with Insolvent Estates

Insolvent or potentially insolvent estates present a real headache for anyone who is named as an executor in the deceased's Will.

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 16th April 2018

Do we have a deal? Making sure that you are putting an end to a dispute

Nothing for living together for 42 years

That's what Wynford Hodge left his long-term partner, 79 year-old Joan Thompson, in his Will. Instead he left his £1.5 million estate to tenants and friends

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 10th April 2018

Do we have a deal? Making sure that you are putting an end to a dispute

Daughter cut out of will loses to animal charities

The long awaited judgment in the saga of Ilott v Mitson & Ors[i] is a landmark decision by the Supreme Court. The result overturns the

Pencil iconBy Andrew Bogle on 15th March 2017

1975

B.A Honours English and History, University of York

Admitted to Roll of Solicitors

Became a member of Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Solicitors (ACTAPS)

Joined Lupton Fawcett LLP

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