Taxation 2017-07-11T12:06:54+00:00

Taxation

Most people want to preserve their savings and to pay as little tax as possible. If you want to ensure that as much of your estate as possible is left to those close to you, or if you wish to set up a  tax-saving Trust or give money to charity, our experienced Solicitors will be able to advise you on the best solution to fit your needs.

Our Solicitors can help you plan for and deal with Inheritance Tax, either through provisions in your Will or post-death deeds of variation. Similarly, we can advise you on Capital Gains Tax should you wish to dispose of some of your assets during your lifetime, including gifts to your family or friends. Forward thinking is the key to good tax planning.  We will help you to structure a plan that will reduce your IHT liability and will do so for future generations too.

We can assist you with:

  • Inheritance Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Post Death Variation
  • Setting up Trusts
  • Giving/leaving money to charity
  • Tax aspects of Running a Trust
  • Tax aspects of Bringing a Trust to an end
  • Personal Injury Trusts

Principle Contacts:

  • Solicitor Pauline Lawson
    Pauline Lawson
    Partner
  • Anna Spall - Partner
    Anna Spall
    Partner
  • Barbara Davies - Client Manager
    Barbara Davies
    Private Client Manager
  • Caroline McBrearty - Solicitor
    Caroline McBrearty
    Solicitor, Private Client
  • Legal Executive Natalie Nesbitt
    Natalie Nesbitt
    Legal Executive

If you have a Taxation query please call us on 020 8891 6141

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