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Sarah Haren and Eliza Eagling of Chambers of Henry Harrod
Sarah Haren and Eliza Eagling, from 5 Stone Buildings, consider numerous issues raised by Ilott v Mitson, including a lack of financial provision for an adult child and issues of estrangement.
Sarah Haren has over 15 years’ experience as a Chancery barrister. Her practice encompasses a wide range of Chancery work, both contentious and non-contentious. She is recommended as a leader in the field in Chambers and Partners for Court of Protection (Property and Affairs) and for Traditional Chancery and by the Legal 500.
Eliza Eagling is presently finishing her pupillage at 5 Stone Buildings and will take up tenancy there in October 2016. She has already contributed articles to the Elder Law Journal and Private Client Business and is looking forward to developing her practice.
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