Many assume that couples who are neither married nor in a civil partnership but who live together ("cohabitants" for the purposes of this article) have a “common law marriage” entitling…Read More
Probate and Trust Administration Articles
We understand the emotional challenges following bereavement and work with clients to administer estates as quickly as possible - including help with the creation and administration of any trusts created under the will, whatever the jurisdiction.
In this extract from Choice Magazine (www.choicemag.co.uk), Oliver Embley, Senior Associate in the Private Client Team, answers a reader’s question on Will trusts.Read More
In this article for Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal (May 2017), Wedlake Bell partner Emma Loveday, discusses the reforms to the taxation of non-domiciliaries (non-doms). This article…Read More
Whilst one Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 ('1975 Act') case has dominated the headlines (Ilott v The Blue Cross  UKSC 17) there has been another recent…Read More
At last, some good news for Generation Y. According to a recent Royal London survey, a cascading wall of wealth – around £400bn – is predicted to descend from the property-owning “grandparents’…Read More
Controversial changes to probate fees have been scrapped ahead of the upcoming election, the government confirmed today.Read More