Family Partner, Emily Brand highlights how when no-fault divorce law is introduced, the length of divorce process will increase by at least 10 weeks.
Partner, Simon Fitzpatrick and Trainees, Alexander Martinelli and Harvey Tomes reflect on how The Modern Slavery Act 2015 is one of the key pieces of legislation luxury goods companies need to be aware of when it comes to considering ethical sourcing.
The number of divorce applications filed in the month of March is 21% higher than January, dispelling the belief that January is peak divorce month*, says Boodle Hatfield, the leading private wealth law firm.
It is an increasingly common dilemma of the digital age; the intentionally anonymous nature of cryptocurrencies make them notoriously difficult to deal with in the context of divorce proceedings.
The OECD have published a report Inheritance Taxation in OECD Countries which explores the role that tax could play in raising revenues (given the Covid-19 crisis) and to address wealth inequality and improve efficiency in the future.
The government published a response to the Office of Tax Simplification’s first inheritance tax report and will simplify reporting regulations from 1 January 2022.
The Office of Tax Simplification published its second report on capital gains tax reform on 20 May 2021.
The government has published its long awaited response to HMRC’s 2018 consultation on the taxation of trusts.
Prior to the Budget, there was much speculation about capital gains tax (CGT) reform and rises, substantive inheritance tax (IHT) reform and maybe even a wealth tax.
If your relationship has come to an end (no matter whether it was a gradual decline or an unexpected halt), entering into the divorce process can be daunting. Here are a number of tips and tricks to get you started.