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We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for four categories in the STEP Private Client Awards.
Partner and Head of Private Wealth, Andrea Zavos is co-hosting the fourth Fresh Perspectives Contentious Trusts Conference on May 15 – 16. Senior Associate, James Woods-Davison, will be joining Andrea in Barcelona for the conference.
Head of Private Client & Tax, Andrea Zavos, speaks to STEP about winning the Private Client Team of the Year Award in 2021 and shares her thoughts on why young lawyers should consider a career in the Private Client field.
Renowned private client partner Clare Stirzaker will be joining Boodle Hatfield from PWC where she led the private client legal team.
The eprivateclient 50 Most Influential is the definitive rankings of the key players in the UK and offshore private client practitioner sector.
Further investment and expansion in the firm’s Private Client & Tax practice.
This is often a difficult question to answer, first, for trustees and secondly for the Court.
In Pitt v Holt, Futter v Futter  UKSC 26, the Supreme Court significantly curtailed the hitherto wide application of what had become known as the Rule in Hastings-Bass and also set out authoritively the circumstances in which the Court may grant relief (in terms of rescission) for mistake in relation to a non-contractual voluntary disposition.
When a settlement is in need of funds, it may be tempting for the trustees to ask the settlor to provide additional cash by way of loan.
In Fielden -v- Christie-Miller and others  EWHC 87 (Ch), trustees sought to have a claim brought against them based on proprietary estoppel struck out on the grounds that the statement of case disclosed no reasonable cause for bringing the claim pursuant to CPR 3.4 (2)(a) and, secondly, summary judgment because the claimant (in fact back part 20 claimant) had no real prospect of succeeding in the claim and there was no other compelling reason why the case should be disposed of at trial pursuant to CPR 24.2.
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