Joe specialises in both contentious and non-contentious private client work.
Joe’s non-contentious work includes:
- the preparation of wills (including those with trusts);
- probate/estate administration (including estates with cross border elements);
- powers of attorney, including Lasting Powers of Attorney;
- deputyship (including acting as a professional deputy) and other Court of Protection orders; and
- elderly client matters.
Joe also specialises in contentious private client work and has a varied caseload. Joe’s work has included advising clients on contesting wills, resolving disputes between personal representatives and providing advice concerning the maladministration of estates.
Joe is happy to meet clients at our offices in Camden or Hampstead and, where necessary, at their homes.
Joe is a member of the Private Client Section at the Law Society.
Education and Previous Experience:
Joe studied Law at the University of Birmingham and graduated in 2010 with a 2:1. He completed his LPC at Nottingham Law School in 2014, gaining a distinction. Joe joined Osbornes Law in 2014. He trained at Osbornes and qualified as a solicitor in September 2018.
Outside of work Joe is a long-distance runner and he also plays squash and football. He enjoys watching live music, travelling and scuba diving.
Since joining Osbornes Law Joe has raised money for several charities by getting involved with and organising fundraising events, including organising bake sales and raffles and taking part in endurance events.
What clients say:
“Mr Joseph Gunn provided outstanding legal advice about my Will. His attention to details and his knowledge of national and international regulations were invaluable”. Lori Terzi
“Jill and I are extremely grateful for all the hard work you did on our behalf, in such a professional manner. You kept us fully informed at all times which was much appreciated and achieved the best possible outcome. We would have no hesitation in recommending both you and Osbornes to any of our family and friends in the future”.