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Sophie Kemp


Home office: Taunton
Sophie Kemp - Solicitor - Debt Recovery -Taunton

Sophie is a Solicitor in the Commercial and Private Client Litigation team specialising in commercial disputescontentious Wills, trusts and probate and agricultural property litigation. Sophie’s practice is broad and includes advising individuals and businesses in all sectors on contentious matters ranging from contractual to agri-business disputes.

Sophie also has over six years’ experience in insurance litigation in dealing with high volume, complex instructions for both claimant and defendant matters within the small, fast and multi-track.

Sophie joined Clarke Willmott in 2012 and qualified as a Solicitor in 2019. Sophie is a member of the Civil Court Users Association (CCUA).

How Sophie can help you

Sophie advises clients in all sectors on a wide range of contentious matters including:

  • Contentious commercial matters, including but not limited to breach of contract and debt or contractual disputes and debt collection, partnership disputes, professional negligence and agricultural disputes.
  • Contentious property matters, such as advising on boundary and easements disputes.
  • Contentious probate matters including will disputes and claims for financial provision under a will or intestacy.


Sophie acted for a national motor insurer in a complex case of a subrogated multi-track claim for a policyholder in respect of a concertina RTA involving six parties. The number of parties involved, and the various cross claims required a high level of organisational discipline. The claim was successfully brought to trial and resulted in a split liability decision against the fifth and sixth drivers. Our client was awarded its full costs of conduct, far exceeding the original claim.

Articles by Sophie and her team

Property litigation

Ban on leasehold houses

As anticipated, the proposed ban on leasehold houses was a late addition to the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill (‘the Bill’).
Read more on Ban on leasehold houses

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