Kirsty is an Associate Solicitor in the firm's contentious probate team. Kirsty qualified in 2014 and initially specialised as a non-contentious private client lawyer before joining the contentious trusts and probate team in 2019.
Kirsty acts for a range of clients such as Trustees, Executors, Beneficiaries, Claimants and Defendants in relation to a range of matters including; Claims for reasonable financial provision pursuant to the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975; Contesting the validity of a Will, for example on the basis of undue influence, lack of capacity, or lack of knowledge or approval of the terms of the Will; Interpretation issues and Breach of trust; Proprietary Estoppel and Constructive Trust claims.
Kirsty always endeavors to provide sensible, clear advice and pursue the best outcome for her clients delivered in a cost effective and transparent manner.
"Kirsty McNulty was very helpful and understanding and successfully achieved to win a very complex case on my late mothers estate. Kirsty was very professional and always kept us up to date as well as very quick to respond to any emails or queries. We never would have accomplished the outcome without the support and confidence from Kirsty for which we will always be grateful".
"We would like to say a big thank you to Kirsty McNulty at Forbes Solicitors. The service Kirsty provided was exemplary throughout and her help and patience helped make a difficult time a little easier. We will highly recommend Kirstys services in the future as a very reliable and profesional solicitor."