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Why you will no longer need to swear when visiting your solicitor

United Kingdom - November 8 2018 The Government has announced that, from the end of November, executors will no longer need to formally swear an oath before receiving the grant of…

Are you ready for changes to Capital Gains Tax rules?

United Kingdom - February 17 2020 In July 2019, the government announced plans to make a number of changes to capital gains tax (CGT) principal private residence relief (PPR). PPR is…

Andrew Mason, Jane Lindop.

Don't e(stop) til you get enough

United Kingdom - October 11 2018 This case shows that the equitable doctrine of proprietary estoppel can still play a significant role in deciding court cases, which runs contrary to…

One in a million? No, you're only one in five.

United Kingdom - January 18 2019 The Times has reported that one in five people aged 65 and over has a total household wealth of more than £1,000,000. On reflection perhaps this…

Being born a royal is hard enough - try being a US taxpayer too

United Kingdom, USA - April 11 2019 Harry, Meghan and their child will find themselves in a position familiar to any US taxpayers living outside the US. The potential liability to both…