'A no-nonsense, let’s-get-results barrister.'
'Very client-friendly, she is loved by clients.'
'A good team player, who is proactive and communicates well, she is a barrister who provides a really first-rate service.'
Chambers UK 2014
Miranda “has considerable expertise in Inheritance Act claims.””She clearly possesses an enviable intellect but she also has great client-handling skills”
“She is further commended for the quality of her mediation practice”
Miranda joined Chambers in 2012. Miranda has extensive experience of; Inheritance Act and probate claims, administration issues, constructive trust claims, Court of Protection work, and complex matrimonial finance claims.
Work recently undertaken taken includes:
She has a particular interest in Vulnerable Elderly and Court of Protection work, including health and welfare issues. Miranda is also able to advise parties and trustees involved in matrimonial finance proceedings.
Miranda has been a consistent entrant at Band 1 level in the Chambers UK Guide in the family finance section with particular recommendation for her Inheritance Act work.
Miranda is an experienced Mediator. She qualified with ADR in 2005, and has built up a successful Mediation Practice. She is commended in Chambers for the quality of her civil mediation practice.
Re Myers  WTLR 851 Inheritance Act claim by an adult daughter
Van Laetham v Brooker  2 FLR 495 Constructive Trust/Estoppel
H v Mitson  WTLR 193 Inheritance Act claim by estranged adult child
Holliday v Musa  WTLR 839 Domicile re Inheritance Act claim
Musa v Holliday  EWCA 1268 Inheritance Act claim by cohabitee
Chancery Bar Association, ACTAPS
Miranda is a key contributor to Jordans’ Inheritance Act Claims; Law Practice and Procedure. She lectures for CLT,CPD and ACTAPS.
She was an Advisory Group Member of the Law Commission Intestacy and Family Provision on Death Report.
1981 Oxford BA Hons Jurisprudence
1995 Kings MA Environmental Law