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Looking ahead to 2022 for probate: HMRC amends Inheritance Tax (IHT) Regulations for excepted estates

As the end of 2021 looms, it is natural for thoughts to turn to what the year ahead might hold. When it comes to probate, the key issue to highlight is changes coming in to Inheritance Tax (IHT) Regulations for excepted estates.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for banking and finance: ESG, digitalisation and post-Covid-support financing

With 2021 drawing to a close, attention naturally turns to the year ahead. Whilst we are still in the midst of a global pandemic, the banking and finance industry continues to forge ahead at pace. As we move into 2022, there are three areas I would urge borrowers and lenders alike to keep front of mind.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for trust management: avoid the last minute rush when it comes to trust registration

A key part of being a trustee is making sure that certain legal duties are upheld. Whilst most of these legal duties will be obvious and at the forefront of trustees’ minds, one may have gone under the radar: ensuring that their trust is registered with the Trust Registration Services (TRS).

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Supply chains, sustainability and social responsibility: key commercial law considerations for 2022

As we look ahead to 2022, there are a range of commercial law issues which organisations from across industry sectors need to be mindful of.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for family law: No fault divorce to be introduced

2022 will see the introduction of the long awaited no fault divorce system in the UK. For many years, and under the current system, the only way for couples to divorce immediately is to attribute blame to one party, either based on one party’s adultery or their unreasonable behaviour.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for construction: Material prices, supply chain disruption and contract renegotiations

As we look towards 2022, our specialist lawyers explore the key issues for the construction industry in the year ahead.

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Looking ahead to 2022: We can’t predict the future, but we can prepare for it

The end of the year is naturally a time to reflect on the past 12 months, and look ahead to the next.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for commercial property

As 2022 fast approaches, we explore the key points to consider for the year ahead, when it comes to commercial property.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for residential conveyancing

Anyone involved in the residential property market is looking for a well-earned rest over the Christmas and New Year period.

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Looking ahead to 2022: The M&A boom is set to continue but early planning is crucial

M&A activity has remained incredibly buoyant in 2021. As we look ahead to the coming year, this trend is only set to continue.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for the Court of Protection

With the end of the year fast approaching, it is a good opportunity to look ahead to see what changes we may expect in 2022 for those working within the Court of Protection and supporting  vulnerable clients.

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A brief look ahead to 2022 for planning

2021 has been a busy year for the planning world, and 2022 looks set to echo this. Here, we explore a couple of the key factors that are set to have an impact over the next 12 months.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for dispute resolution: director and shareholder disagreements, intellectual property issues and supply chain disruption

2021 has been a challenging year for most businesses. Although some have flourished, many continue to be negatively impacted by the pandemic. As 2022 approaches, we explore what this could mean for commercial dispute resolution.

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Looking ahead to 2022 for property litigation

As 2022 edges closer, we explore the key issues that are likely to dominate the property litigation agenda next year.

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