Trusts & Succession
News Team on 13/12/2019
More legal advisers are initiating discussions with Will-writing clients about the option of leaving a charitable bequest than ever before, according to a tracking study from research company, Future Thinking
With the UK General Election just a week away, Withers' Dawn Goodman and Richard Walker ponder how the political landscape may differ if politicians were held to the same account as privae client professionals...
Increase in value of estates being inherited entirely due to house price inflation, Boodle Hatfield study findsNews Team on 04/12/2019
The increase in the value of estates being inherited over the last five years is entirely due to property price inflation, UK private wealth law firm Boodle Hatfield has stated
News Team on 26/11/2019
The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (CFA) has upheld that trustees are protected by anti-Bartlett clauses, meaning they have no overriding duty to supervise the management of an underlying company
As all parents well know, as much as children can bring much joy and happiness to families, they also come with financial costs such as nursery fees, school fees, day to day housing costs, university, weddings and help to buying first homes
News Team on 12/11/2019
Trust, administration and fiduciary services provider Ocorian has been authorised to act as a depositary to Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) in Luxembourg in addition to its depositary capabilities in London and Jersey
There are many matters to sort out once a relative has died but most family members do not anticipate having to deal with an attack on their loved one’s reputation or the threat of secrets being published, explains Payne Hicks Beach's Hanna Basha
News Team on 06/11/2019
Cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family type, with 3.3 million unmarried couples living together in 2017, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
News Team on 01/11/2019
Confirmation that one of the UK’s banks accidentally held onto 9,000 wills of deceased customers, highlights the importance of ensuring that more than one copy is stored, law firm Wilsons has advised
News Team on 31/10/2019
Emotional personal litigation such as disputes over wills can have a big impact on the mental health of people involved who often have to challenge family members’ actions
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