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David Hicks, Robert Birchall and Sophie Dworetzsky write for FT Adviser on what business owners need to know when selling a business
The things business owners need to know when selling a business.
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud write for Taxation on partial closure notices
Hugh and Guy examine the Court of Appeal’s decision in the Embiricos case and comment on practitioners’ views on how PCNs should act.
Sarah Jane Boon writes for the Financial Times' Your Questions on whether claims can be pursued against late ex-spouses in divorce proceedings
The law is clear that a financial claim made during a marriage, or following a divorce, expires with the death of the respondent.
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud write for LexisPSL on foreign currency mortgages and UK capital gains
The case is a reminder of the importance of tax implications, particularly where foreign currency amounts are involved.
Dominic Lawrance and Catrin Harrison write for Tax Journal on HMRC v Embiricos
The case is about the eternal tension between HMRC powers and taxpayer rights, and whether the balance of power has shifted too far.
William Longrigg quoted by The Independent on the implications of the UK's new divorce laws
"Blame is another hurdle, which is unnecessary and also a bit silly. If they’ve both decided to divorce then why cite blame."
William Longrigg quoted by The Telegraph, The Independent and the Evening Standard on the 4.5% drop in divorces in 2020
ONS figures show that the number of divorces fell during the year the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Tax Journal publish an article by Dominic Lawrance entitled ‘Human rights and tax: an end to anticipointment?’
Recent case law suggests that the tide may now be turning.
Matthew Radcliffe writes for IFC Review on the landscape of global taxes
Matthew considers the implications of recent wealth tax proposals for wealth management and structuring in those jurisdictions and beyond.
Sarah Anticoni quoted by City AM on the Government's £1.3m investment into family mediation schemes
Delay often benefits one parent, but usually, any delay means a child is caught in the midst of a conflict.
Asian Legal Business, eprivateclient and Legal Monitor report on the firm's appointment of a new Family team in Hong Kong
The firm has added a new family team in Hong Kong, including the hire of Lisa Wong as Partner.
Stéphane de Lassus participates in a round table with Option Droit et Affaires on the alignment of interest in private equity and securing the taxation of management packages
Stéphane considers the alignment of interest in private equity and securing the taxation of management packages.