Operating both in the UK and overseas, we deliver specialist guidance across all private capital areas. Our business owner, entrepreneur and high net worth family clients trust us to understand the complexities and opportunities relevant to them, drawing together a holistic solution that gets the required results.
Many of our team members are STEP qualified. Individuals within the team and wider firm also hold specialist tax qualifications. Our team is ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide. Depending on the work you require, we have individuals at all levels able to assist including Partners, Directors, Senior Associates, Associates, Solicitors, Trust Administrators, Legal Executives, Trainee Solicitors and Support Staff, with a breadth of experience and in a range of specialisms to meet your needs.
While other lawyers may limit their advice to preparing for the future we draw on expertise from across the firm to support our clients both now and as their circumstances change. We are one of the few firms to provide a breadth of expertise across all areas of Private Client and do so in a commercially focused and solution driven way.
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Clients and other professionals tell us that we stand out for our commitment to listening, advising and acting in a way that goes beyond just legal advice. Our commercial approach combines deep expertise, delivered by people with relevant experience. We get straight to the heart of the problem, presenting practical, long-lasting solutions.
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has recently published a wide-ranging review of IHT. The thorough report sets out the current rules regarding IHT and makes a number of interesting suggestions for changes to reform IHT.
This question has recently been brought to the forefront of the High Court's attention and this article explains the law surrounding such circumstances and considers how you might avoid an unwanted outcome.
Introduced at the end of 2017, the Criminal Finances Act created two new strict liability corporate criminal offences, both targeted at the prevention of the criminal faclilitation of tax evasion. After somewhat of a 'soft landing' in terms of enforcement we ask: where are we now? What should businesses be doing to protect themselves? What comes next?
High earners should act now to avoid unexpected tax bills from pension contributions.
With effect from next year, two changes to company law will be introduced which will impact on a company’s statutory registers (otherwise known as company books). This article will highlight these changes and what they mean for your business.
Acting for high-net worth individuals and business owners across the regions, nationally and internationally the majority of our team members are STEP qualified and a number also hold appropriate tax qualifications.