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Obtaining advice about how your assets can be protected on marriage or cohabitation.

Your assets and your relationship is unique to you. Obtaining expert and independent advice about this can really assist you in protecting your assets particularly when forming a marriage or civil partnership, cohabitation or when a relationship breakdowns. We also are able to provide you with advice about protecting your inherited wealth, trusts and property, business assets, offer you financial support and inheritance tax provision.

Our services include:
Inheritance Tax Planning
Lasting Powers of Attorney
Trusts
Wills and Estate
Charitable giving
Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
Business Assets

16/01/2020

Divorce and finances: How to ensure the past doesn’t come back to haunt you

When you want to move on with your life post-divorce the last thing you need is unfinished business rearing its ugly head. If financial matters relating to your divorce are not fully and formally dealt with at the time, you will be living with a ticking time bomb that can detonate at any moment. Divorce…

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Key team member

Shane Miller
Director and Head of Family Law Department

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Team

Laura Banks

Senior Associate Solicitor, Wills & Estates

Deborah Beal

Associate Solicitor, Wills & Estates

Shane Miller

Director and Head of Family Law Department

Tony Gibb

Director, Commercial Property

Jane Rudge

Director, Commercial

Philip Chapman

Director, Corporate

Sharon Oakley

Associate Director, Wills & Estates

Contact

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20/02/2020

Are you a Charity? Gifts in Wills Health Check

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19/02/2020

Holding on for a bumpy ride

What is bumping? Bumping is a term that is heard of when talking, primarily about redundancy situations. To put it in simple terms bumping is a process of moving a potentially redundant employee (A) into another role and dismissing the employee currently performing that role (B). Therefore, for it to be a true bumping situation…

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