UK Parliamentary committee questions validity of new probate fees
The UK Parliamentary Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments has criticised the UK Government's plans to introduce probate fees of up to ...
March People Moves 2017
A summary of the top people moves featured on eprivateclient last month
Twin partner appointment boosts Thrings' private client team
South-west of England law firm Thrings has strengthened its private client offering with the appointment of two new partners
Success of Red Nose Day shows now is the perfect time to think about wills and legacies - Ogier
Last week's annual Red Nose Day has highlighted the growing number of individuals looking to pass on a charitbale legacy in ...
Two UK law firms to partner in business deal
Law firms Fidler & Pepper Solicitors and Hopkins Solicitors have agreed to a combined business deal to be completed in April ...
Tax Titbits - UK Budget 2017 special edition
This month's edition from EY summarises the key changes impacting private clients from the Spring Budget...
Withers provides resolution for charities on 1975 Act will dispute
Law firm Withers has represented five leading charities in an appeal case that has successfully overturned an order where a woman ...
Charities win against daughter in 'landmark' UK Supreme Court inheritance ruling
The Supreme Court has overturned a decision by the Court of Appeal regarding a woman whose mother left nearly half a ...
Care home fees: Can costs be avoided?
With an ageing population and ever increasing care costs, social care is an issue for a lot of families. Many are ...
Third of people over 55 with no will are risking inheritance for future generations
A third of people aged 55 and over do not have a will and therefore may be risking inheritance for future ...