Monthly Archives: June 2019

Trusts for business owners

For clients who own trading businesses, trusts can be a useful succession and tax planning vehicles to ensure the preservation of our clients’ wealth.  For example, it may be possible to transfer shares in a business into a trust free …

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Trusts for future generations

Where clients wish to provide for their children and grandchildren (e.g. for the provision of school fees), it can be prudent to create a trust of up to the available inheritance tax allowance (known as the nil rate band). There …

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wills for business owners

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Assets in multiple jurisdictions

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US/UK marriages

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Assets across multiple jurisdictions

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Pre-immigration planning

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Trusts for non-domiciled clients

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A bank’s Quincecare duty of care

In a recent decision, the Commercial Court refused a bank’s application to strike out on the basis that the bank in question owed a Quincecare duty of care to its customer. In The Federal Republic of Nigeria v JP Morgan …

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Disputes with trustees

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