Owners face multiple challenges to run the estate effectively, from economic instability, the impact of changing regulations to the effects of climate change.
Boodle Hatfield has been trusted for centuries to work in partnership with our clients to protect their estates and also plan for their future.
Taking account of your particular circumstances, we can guide and support you on issues such as:
- Succession planning and protecting the estate for the future
- Nuptial planning and divorce
- Management and diversification of the estate
- Development opportunities
- Dealing with disputes
We have been advising the owners of rural and urban estates throughout our long history. Our legal expertise and client-sensitive framework ensures we are seen as leaders in this historic and unique sector.
HMRC has advised that the revamped on-line trust registration service (TRS) is now fully operational, so that non-taxable trusts can start to register.Read more 4 min read 16 Sep 2021 LPA Consultation
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 allows people to appoint someone they trust to make decisions on their behalf in the event that they lose capacity to make decisions themselves.Read more 3 min read 16 Sep 2021 Draft Finance Bill 2022
A very light draft Finance Bill was published on 20 July 2021 for consultation. The current parliamentary timetable officially provides that the actual Finance Bill will be published following the Autumn Budget on 27 October 2021 and will then be finalised in March 2022.Read more 3 min read 16 Sep 2021 AML: further changes
The government has launched a consultation on targeted amendments to the existing anti-money laundering regulations (MLR 2017) at the same time as a more general call for evidence on a wider review of the UK’s AML/CTF (Counter-Terrorist Financing) regulatory and supervisory regimes.Read more