Private Wealth Partners, Clare Stirzaker and Kyra Motley reflect on the rise in family foundations set up in the last decade, reflecting the changing attitudes towards wealth and growing focus on ‘giving back’ to society to help deal with major geopolitical issues such as combatting climate change.
In the Solicitors Journal, Family Partner, Harriet Errington and Associate, Pippa Cook explore the law surrounding international and domestic surrogacy and argue the need for reform.
Earlier today, the recently appointed Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng announced changes to the stamp duty land tax (‘SDLT’) payable in England and Wales on residential property as part of his statement on the governments new Growth Plan. Senior Partner, Sara Maccallum outlines the changes.
With a rise in reports surrounding NFT and cryptocurrency scams, Partner, Kellie Jones and Associates Rosie Adcock and Alexander Martinelli highlight what strategies can be put in place by those creating, buying or selling NFTs.
The firm is saddened by the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The death of the Queen, the longest reigning monarch in British history, leaves a remarkable legacy of devoted service. As the nation mourns, we commemorate her extraordinary contribution to the British people and the Commonwealth.
We are delighted to announce that Private Wealth Senior Associate, James Woods-Davison and Family Associate, Katie Male have been shortlisted in the 2022 ePrivateClient’s top 35 under 35.
In the Family Business edition of the STEP Journal, Private Wealth Partner, Hayden Bailey sets out the advantages of a business having an emergency board plan.
Senior Partner & Head of the Commercial Tax, Sara Maccallum reflects on her career to date in Legal Business’ Life During Law interview series.
Senior Associate, James Woods-Davison is speaking the at the ThoughtLeaders4 & ConTrA Private Client Summer School: The Ultimate Insider’s Guide, taking place at Downing College, Cambridge on 24th – 26th August 2022.
Private Wealth Partner, Kyra Motley writes for the FT Adviser highlighting how the average inheritance tax bill has hit a record high of £216,000 this year, with more estates being pulled under the scope of the tax.