Farmer's son suing family for farming estate after claiming he was cut out of will
A farmer's son is suing his family for a portion of the £3 million farming estate and business his deceased father ...
Living wills should be compulsory says High Court judge
A High Court judge living wills should be compulsory in order to set out wishes in the event of serious incapacitating ...
Financial wellbeing influences nearly half of women over 55 to remarry, Investec research finds
Nearly half (48 percent) of divorced and widowed women aged over 55 said their financial wellbeing would influence or has influenced ...
Who owns the wealth in 'tax havens'?
The equivalent of about 10 percent of globally GDP is held offshore globally, ranging from a few percent of GDP ...
Nearly half of family offices are not prepared for wealth transfer says UBS research
The composite global portfolio of family offices returned seven percent in 2016, according to a report by Campden Wealth Research in ...
Indian Supreme Court's outlaw of instant divorce will 'alleviate stigma' - Irwin Mitchell
The Indian Supreme Court's judgment in outlawing 'instant divorces' under the 'triple talaq' will "begin to alleviate stigmas in the country ...
2017 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 - the results
The results of the 2017 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 - the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners - ...
July People Moves 2017
A round-up of the people moves reported by eprivateclient last month
Over 75 percent of cohabiting couples have no asset protecting agreements in place, study finds
More than three-quarters of cohabiting couples have no agreements in place to protect their assets in the event of a break-up, ...
Inheritance battles back in news following celebrity 'bitter dispute' - Coffin Mew
The ongoing "bitter dispute" between late Lynda Bellingham's widower and children has put inheritance 'battles' back in the news, according to ...