Trusts & Succession
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 30/10/2020
New figures from HMRC show a decline in the number of trusts making Self Assessment returns but an increase in the total tax paid by these trusts and total income by type of trust
As well as the legal process for formalising a divorce or dissolution, it is important that the couple also discuss how to divide their finances. Most couples have aspirations of doing so amicably, but is this possible and how can they ensure assets are actually being divided down the middle?
News Team on 27/10/2020
Over 70 percent of ultra high net worth (UHNW) families have leadership structures in place, says international family office Stonehage Fleming
Since the onset of the pandemic there has been a significant increase in testators looking to put in place wills for the first time or revisiting existing wills
News Team on 26/10/2020
A new service promising to revolutionise the probate property sales sector by retaining the full value of asset sales with the beneficiary, has launched into the UK market
News Team on 23/10/2020
Gifting by wealthy family members to their children has soared over the past three months but post-COVID tax planning is not the primary driver, report private wealth lawyers at UK law firm Royds Withy King
News Team on 12/10/2020
UK law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has welcomed the Non-Contentious Probate (Amendment) Rules 2020 (NCPAR 2020), laid before Parliament
When a couple looks to separate and embark on divorce or dissolution proceedings, the aim is to do so amicably and proportionately...
Dealing with the death of a loved one can be very challenging, but doing so when coupled with a family dispute over the terms of the Will can be especially stressful and upsetting
- 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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