Case Law Developments
Alistair Myles, partner at boutique family law firm Levison Meltzer Pigott predicts the positive impact of the Court of Appeal landmark ruling on Haley v Haley
News Team on 26/10/2020
Prosecutors in Germany have issued arrest warrants for the former owners of the Panama-based law firm behind the offshore tax scam which was exposed by the so-called Panama Papers.
News Team on 26/10/2020
A Court of Appeal clarification has confirmed family law arbitral awards can be challenged in the same way as court decisions - opening the doors for greater use of arbitration for family law cases
It is now ten years today since the UK Supreme Court gave its landmark decision in the case of Radmacher v Granatino  UKSC 42 on the use and effectiveness of prenuptial agreements
The recent case of Geneva Trust Company SA v D and Ors  JRC 104 has served to shed interesting new light on the duties of outgoing trustees regarding disclosure of documents and information (in other words, trust records) by a retiring trustee to a new trustee....
Katie Royals on 03/09/2020
A High Court judge was wrong to order a litigation friend, acting for children, to pay costs after unsuccessfully applying to challenge the settlement of a trust dispute, the England and Wales Court of Appeal (EWCA) has ruled.
Rawlinson & Hunter's Stephen Yates looks at some of the biggest tax developments in August 2020...
News Team on 21/08/2020
Landmark judgment to shape future of pension transfers
Recent statistics published by the Ministry of Justice evidence that disputes in the High Court over wills continue to increase year on year.
In 2016, the UK government announced that hundreds of UK properties, suspected of belonging to corrupt individuals, would be seized by enforcement agencies under a tough new tool: Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs)
- Arrest warrants for founders of Panama Papers firm issued in Germany – reports
- UK intermediaries ‘bound’ by DAC6 even after Brexit
- HMRC sends out 14,000 letters asking property sellers what CGT they owe
- Ten years on - The impact of Radmacher on UK prenups and divorces
- Gifting to family members soars but fears of post-COVID tax hikes are not the driver
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