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Tiffany Benson

Tiffany Benson - Associate


Tiffany is an Associate based in our Northampton Dispute Resolution Team, specialising in Contentious Trusts and Probate disputes and Financial Abuse of the Elderly and vulnerable. Tiffany also covers Milton Keynes.


Tiffany has experience in advising on a wide variety of Contentious Trusts and Probate disputes, to include the following:-
Challenges to Wills
Inheritance Claims for maintenance under the 1975 Act
Disputed Lifetime Gifts
Executor/Beneficiary Disputes
Proprietary Estoppel claims
Construction/Rectification of a Will
Professional Negligence claims

Tiffany also advises clients in relation to claims concerning financial abuse in lifetime of the vulnerable & elderly.


Tiffany read law and completed her Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University, achieving a First Class Honours degree. Tiffany qualified as a Solicitor in 2010 and joined Hewitsons in November 2017 as an Associate Solicitor, having previously trained and worked for Tollers LLP.

Additional information

Tiffany is a full Member of the Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS) and recognised specialist in this complicated legal area.

Number of Years Experience

8 years

Date of Qualification


Latest testimonials

"The young lady [Tiffany Benson] from Northampton who came down to see me was absolutely great. I went into the appointment with great fears and came out feeling as though a load of weight had been taken from my shoulders and my fears seemed less. Many thanks to her."
Miss E

"Tiffany Benson was entirely professional and efficient in her handling of a difficult situation I found myself in trying to deal with another firm of Solicitors. Her approach was direct and supportive and she always kept me up to date with each step. I would have no hesitation in recommending Tiffany."
Miss S

"We found Hewitsons helpful and informative in our initial discussions, with costs and benefits of various approaches made clear. Once engaged, they were proactive and kept us well informed of progress. Although our particular claim was reasonably complex, it was pursued rigorously, and with a very satisfactory outcome".
Ms N

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