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HMRC wins £110 million landmark case against tax avoidance scheme


The UK's tax agency - HMRC - has won a landmark case against a tax avoidance scheme promoter that could lead ...

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Aussie 'text message will' should not 'open floodgates for DIY wills', says solicitor


Australia's Supreme Court accepting a draft and unsent text message as a form of will for the deceased should not "open ...

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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 ...

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Family law head 'not surprised' that more women are seeking financial advice due to divorce


National head of family law at Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth is "not surprised" to see more women taking financial advice due ...

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Bedell Cristin wins $200m trust dispute for plaintiffs in long-running Crociani case


Offshore law firm Bedell Cristin has successfully acted for the plaintiffs in a long-running trust dispute which has resulted in the ...

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The week on eprivateclient: Deloitte, HMRC, Irwin Mitchell, Vistra and more.....


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

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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 ...

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Supreme Court grants Swiss-resident widow full German tax-free allowance


In consideration of European Court of Justice law, the Supreme Tax Court has ruled in favour of a Swiss-resident widow and ...

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Premier League footballers suing over investments 'designed to create losses'


The investments made by the 45 Premier League football players who are suing professional advisers in relation to the Ingenious film ...

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Couple wins in Hong Kong Court of Appeal case as bank found liable for mis-selling investments


In a landmark decision, the Court of Appeal in Hong Kong has upheld a Court of First Instance (CFI) ruling that ...

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