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Deeds of Variation

If you have received an inheritance in a Will but believe it would be better if it went to someone else instead, you can surrender your share by making a Deed of Variation.

Discretionary Trusts

A discretionary trust is a flexible trust under which no beneficiary has an automatic right to receive assets.

Personal Injury Trusts: What You Need to Know

There are many challenges to face if you have been seriously injured in an accident. Besides working to get your life back on track, difficulties can arise from taking legal action for compensation.

Reducing Your Inheritance Tax

Understanding how inheritance tax works can help you take steps to reduce the amount that your estate may have to pay.

The Residence Nil Rate Band: What it is and How it Could Help You

You can reduce the amount of inheritance tax that is payable by making the most of various tax-saving provisions. One of these provisions is the Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB).

Trust and Estate Registration: What must be registered and why?

Trustees and personal representatives of certain estates face new obligations under the new registration service.

Trusts: A Detailed Guide

Trusts can be useful tools in a variety of situations. If you have explored different ways of providing for the future of your loved ones, you will have undoubtedly come across trusts

Where am I Domiciled for Tax Purposes?

Discretionary domicile is a concept used by the courts to determine which country’s tax laws should apply to individuals with links to more than one country.

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