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Powell and the perils of litigating

16/05/2017

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The recent case concerning the estate of David Powell is a salutary lesson to would be litigators in probate disputes, according ...

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Dementia Awareness Week 14-20 May - UK law firm urges people to prepare against it now

15/05/2017

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Someone is diagnosed with dementia every three minutes in the UK. The Alzheimer's Society and 2017 eprivateclient Top Law Firm Cripps ...

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Parents want control over their childrens' inheritance - Prudential

05/05/2017

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Parents want to control how the money they bequeath is spent by their children, according to new research from Prudential.

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Market disruption and combating financial crime on agenda at annual Jersey wealth conference

02/05/2017

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How the international wealth management industry is responding to unprecedented market disruption, regulatory change and the rise of post-truth politics is ...

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Bank of Mum and Dad is keen to fund early inheritance, Key Retirement research finds

26/04/2017

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Parents want to give away an average of £15,000 as early inheritance gifts to help their children financially now rather than ...

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Coffin Mew appoints seven solicitors in the south

25/04/2017

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Law firm Coffin Mew has appointed seven new solicitors to its team in the South.

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Have your say on eprivateclient's Global Wealth Management Centres Survey

25/04/2017

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eprivateclient's Global Wealth Management Centres Survey remains open for professionals to let us know which jurisdictions they do business with and ...

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'Delighted and relieved' - private wealth industry reacts to probate fee rise backtrack

24/04/2017

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The private wealth industry has reacted to the UK Government abandoning plans to raise probate fees paid by bereaved families

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UK Government drops plans to raise probate fees

21/04/2017

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The UK Government has abandoned plans to raise probate fees paid by bereaved families, with charges due to rise from £155 ...

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The week on eprivateclient: Boodle Hatfield, Charles Russell Speechlys, RSM and more....

21/04/2017

A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week....

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