UK consults on reforms to non-contentious probate
The President of the Family Division's Working Group is consulting on the proposed amendments to the Non-Contentious Probate Rules 1987.
Hawksford and Carey Olsen set legal precedent and secure UK charities £1.5m
Three UK charities are set to gain £1.5m as a result of a landmark court case in Jersey which has set ...
Carey Olsen expands BVI and Cayman trust law capabilities with new appointment
Carey Olsen's trust capabilities in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands have been expanded with the appointment of ...
Withers sketches the impact of US Supreme Court decision on same-sex couples
While two landmark decisions on same-sex marriage by the US Supreme Court leave questions unanswered they do offer opportunities for tax ...
Law Society launches new standard for wills and estate administration
The Law Society has launched its first recognised quality standard for wills and estate administration. The Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme ...
Relatives abuse position to steal over £230,000 from 92-year-old - but won't have to pay it back
Relatives of a 92-year-old woman who were appointed to manage her affairs used their position as a "licence to loot" nearly ...
Hiscox expands foreign home insurance offering
Specialist global insurer Hiscox has launched an improved overseas home insurance offering for its private clients with new lines of cover ...
Coutts restructures international trust business to focus on Jersey - selling Cayman arm
Coutts is restructuring its trust business, to develop a "centre of expertise" in Jersey.
EXCLUSIVE: Farrer explores implications of Prest case
On 12 June 2013 The Supreme Court handed down its eagerly awaited landmark decision in the case of Prest v Petrodel ...
Anti-Avoidance by Simplification
On 31 May H M Revenue & Customs launched a second consultation on the simplification of periodic and exit charges for ...