Often I am asked as a divorce lawyer to deal with the situation when someones partner passes away. One would assume that the surviving partner would receive a share of their home as a result. Read More

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In the media there has been much speculation as to what way the markets would react depending on the recent General Election result. Read More

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The Government of Indian Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, has introduced a bill to the Indian Parliament which proposes to tax undisclosed foreign income and assets of Indian residents at 30 per cent, with substantial penalties and/or imprisonment for non-compliance. Read More

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The passing of a loved one leaves behind a mountain of paperwork. Registering the death and arranging the funeral is only the start of the red tape. Read More

Posted in International Clients, Private Wealth

Writing a will is one of the most important documents we have to think about in life. We work hard for the assets that we accumulate and it is only right that we would want to ensure that they go to the people we most care about. Read More

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London has for a long time been considered the divorce capital of the world due to its high concentration of big-money settlements awarded to the poorer spouse in a break up. Read More

Posted in Family Law

The new change in Capital Gains Tax is getting closer. Anyone who lives outside the UK and has a residential property in the UK either under their own personal name or by using an corporate entity is affected. Read More

Posted in Conveyancing, International Clients, Private Wealth

You should consider the Tier 1 Investor visa if you have at least £2 million to invest and wish to make the United Kingdom your and your families home. Read More

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Obtaining Judgment in your favour through the Courts does not necessarily result in the debt being paid.  There will be instances whereby the debt will be paid in accordance with the Judgment.   Read More

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15 Jan 2015

A bare or simple trust is one in which each beneficiary has an immediate and absolute title to both capital and income. The beneficiary of a bare trust is taxable on the trust income and gains. Read More

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    Resolution: Divorce laws require change

    In England and Wales, in order to apply for a divorce, a person has to establish that the marriage has broken down due to one of five facts.  Three of these facts requ...

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