If you have recently lost a family member or friend and are dealing with the administration of their estate, we have set out below a few matters for you to consider to try and help with the process in these difficult times:
Clare Morison explores the benefits of leaving a charitable gift in your will
As property prices increase, more and more people are finding that they will be leaving an Inheritance Tax bill for their loved ones on their deaths.
We act for a wealthy couple who wanted to help their granddaughter onto the property ladder. Our private client team worked with the granddaughter, providing her with advice on how to protect her new wealth.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has responded to the Law Commission’s consultation on the law of wills.
Q. We want to help our 20 year old daughter buy her first flat, but we’re worried about putting such a valuable asset directly in her name. Is there anything we can do to protect the property until she’s a bit older?
Solicitor, Stuart Price from our Private Client team speaks to Professional Adviser about IHT considerations for unmarried couples and the practical steps they can take.
Desmond O'Donnell, senior associate from our family department and Stuart Price, solicitor from our private client department speak with Spear's about pre-nuptial agreements for wealthy families.
Solicitor, Sarah Nettleship from our private client team speaks to ePrivate Client about the upcoming changes to IHT and the government’s reforms of taxation of ‘non-doms’.
The number of cohabiting unmarried couples in the UK is on the rise. Stuart Price from our Private Client team speaks to Professional Adviser about IHT considerations for unmarried couples and the practical steps they can take.
We are pleased to receive, for another year, the accolade from eprivateclient of being listed as one of the Top 25 Law Firms in the UK.