eprivateclient and Hubbis report on the news that the firm will be registered as a Hong Kong firm from 1 December 2020
eprivateclient and Hubbis have reported on the news that the firm will be registered as a Hong Kong firm from 1 December. Read more below.
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Golubovich v Golubovich - English Courts to rule on Russian art collection
Reflections on ‘Torn Apart: Family Courts Uncovered’
Hugh Gunson, Dominic Lawrance and Catrin Harrison write for Taxation on the limits to HMRC’s power to require information from foreign domiciled taxpayers
Are there limits on HMRC’s power to require information from foreign domiciled taxpayers?
William Longrigg quoted by Spear's on the increase in complex financial cases where sizeable assets go missing
Record success for Charles Russell Speechlys’ Private Wealth practice in Chambers HNW 2021 directory
We are delighted to have once again been recognised as a leader in our field in the Chambers High Net Worth 2021 Guide.
Lauren Clarke writes for eprivateclient on the issues of capacity & control in light of #FreeBritney campaign
Lauren dispels some of the myths and cuts through the mystery and fear surrounding issues of capacity and control.
Untangling the UK/Swiss Knot: Dealing with a cross border estate
What do the family need to think about following the death of a Swiss person with some UK connections?
Barclay v Barclay: A Stark Reminder for Badly Behaved High-Profile Litigants
David considers the Barclay v Barclay case and if the judgment should be published, given it's severe criticism of Lord Barclay's conduct
#FreeBritney has shone a light worldwide on issues of capacity & control - but are there any greater protections in our legal system?
Lasting power of attorney service to be made safer, simpler and fit for the future
Tristram van Lawick
Planning for the future of farming
Patience required: delays at the Office of the Public Guardian
Felicity Chapman writes for eprivateclient on what happens when a party dies mid-way through a financial claim on or after a divorce
In the case of Hasan v Ul-Hasan, Mostyn J considered whether the wife could continue an application after the husband’s death.
To what extent is fault considered on a divorce?
Information overlord? Are there limits on HMRC's power to require information from foreign domiciled taxpayers?
Hugh, Catrin and Dominic look at the decision in Perlman v HMRC. The latest decision where HMRC is challenging a taxpayer’s domicile
Northern Light: Illuminating IR35
Guy and Hugh take a look at the recent case of Northern Light Solutions Ltd v Revenue and Customs Comrs
Julia Cox quoted by the Financial Times on grandparents giving to grandchildren and the potential tax advantages of doing so
The missing out of children and switching to grandchildren can be seen as a punishment for the children.
What happens when a party dies mid-way through a financial claim on or after a divorce?
How Private is Wealth?
Understanding current obligations and what is on the horizon is key for private wealth advisers in this complex global tax environment.