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Protecting your legacy: Avoid family disputes by getting a plan in place early
…It has been a principle of English law for some time now, that where someone has reasonably relied on an assurance or promise to their detriment, the law can step in to prevent an unconscionable outcome if that “promise” is, for whatever reason, not then kept. Read more07/06/17
What is ‘Testamentary Freedom’?
…How the concept of testamentary freedom has evolved since 1870 and what can be done to maximise the prospect of enjoying this particular freedom today. Read more29/03/17
The freedom to disinherit
…Choosing to disinherit a family member is something that needs to be clearly thought out and ensuring this is detailed correctly in your will, could prove vital in successfully defending any claim against your estate. Read more27/03/17
Increase the amount that can pass to your family free of inheritance tax
…A recent report revealed that the amount of Inheritance Tax (IHT) paid by British families has risen by more than 90% since 2010. Christopher Eriksson-Lee, Partner in Private Client explores the tax savings possible with careful planning. Read more01/03/17
Protecting your child’s inheritance
…It is essential that financial provision for your children on your death is structured in a way that will help them manage the assets more sensibly. Read more27/10/16
Charitable Giving Pays: The benefit of leaving money to charity under the terms of your will
…Many people choose to make gifts to charity during their lifetime yet many are unaware of the inheritance tax saving of leaving a legacy to charity in your will. Read more23/05/16
The Promised Land
…Has someone promised to leave you some land in their will? To what extent have you put yourself out – suffered a detriment – in reliance on that promise? How would you be affected if the promise was not fulfilled? Read more