About Pam

Pam was admitted as a solicitor in 1999 and has worked with Silks in Oldbury before joining Thursfields in January 2015. She completed her LLB in July 1993 and LPC in 1994 at Birmingham City University.

Pam is also a Notary Public. Pam is fluent in Punjabi & Hindi Languages.

Pam is recommended in the Legal 500 2019 Edition.



Pam specialises in Will disputes, Inheritance Act claims and contentious trust and probate work.  She is a member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialist (ACTAPS).

Pam manages a mixed case load and represents clients on Inheritance Act claims for claimants and defendants, trustee disputes and claim against executors, beneficiaries, removal of executors, proprietary estoppel claims etc.

Pam has a wealth of knowledge and experience in contentious probate work “she has a great eye for detail and so bright you get the feeling that there isn’t anything that she does not know”.

She gives “sensible advice – avoiding litigation where possible, honest, reliable and trustworthy”.

Pam has been able to secure work from some of the larger estates in Worcester and Birmingham and her growing practice in this area continues to flourish.  Pam has a broad range of dispute resolution experience over 20 years including commercial and property litigation, professional negligence, partnership disputes and has settled numerous matters by way of negotiations and mediation.  She regularly advised a variety of clients including insurers, property managers, landlords, local businesses, organisations, charities and individuals.


Pam says:

Pam feels personal satisfaction from achieving successful results for her clients.  She sees her role as supporting and directing clients through the legal process.  Her approach is to understand her client’s legal position, their circumstances and give them practical, cost effective advice on crucial decisions.


Pam was a governor of King Edward VI Five Ways Grammar School in Birmingham. In her spare time she supports local charities, present programmes on TV Channel/Radio Stations, builds links with the local community and enjoys occasional visits to the Gym and travelling. Pam is married with 3 beautiful children who support her through thick and thin

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