Jack Martin

Solicitor

Private Client




T: +44 (0)20 7674 0563
jack.martin@wedlakebell.com



Expertise

Jack advises domestic and international individuals and trustees in relation to UK tax, trusts, succession planning and has a particular interest in art collections and heritage property.

Jack also advises on a wide variety of private client practice areas including the creation and administration of trust, the preparation of tax-efficient Wills and the use of lifetime gifts.


Career History

Jack joined Wedlake Bell as a Trainee Solicitor in 2017 and qualified into the Private Client team in September 2019.

Jack has a degree in History from Queen Mary University and a degree in Law from The University of Law. He also has a Diploma in Art Law from the Institute of Art & Law, which he completed with distinction and is an Affiliate member of STEP (the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners).


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Scientist’s Tax Offset Delivers Cultural, Family Value

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EPrivateClient: Forged wills and the importance of succession planning to protect assets

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What Banksy teaches us about art ownership

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Inheriting an art collection

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As Art Market Becomes More “Intangible,” How To Prove Ownership?

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Why performance needs to be more than just about financial return for family office investors- Wealth Adviser

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Piercing the art world’s cloak of secrecy: Hickox v Dickinson – eprivateclient

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Estate Planning for artists

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Home And Away: Working From Home, Abroad – Tax, Legal Implications- WealthBriefing

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Could your art work pay your inheritance tax bill?