How unspent income from lockdown could cut future tax bills

Internet shopping may have boomed during lockdown, but many people have spent less than usual while forced to stay home, and those with spare money...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates

Sunak empties his purse for a pandemic-beating budget

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK’s economic agenda dominated the Chancellor’s 2021 Budget Statement, with support for business and jobs receiving top-line...

James Lamont

Partner, Head of Commercial & Corporate

Challenging times: what happens when a family member is cut...

High profile inheritance disputes follow celebrities and the super-rich as surely as night follows day, but such challenges are becoming increasingly common, whatever the values...

Paul Grimwood

Partner & Accredited Mediator
Dispute Resolution | 9th July 2018

Inheritance Act Claims – an application delayed is often an...

Following a death, it is possible for a claim to be made against the deceased’s estate on the basis that the distribution of their estate...

Paul Grimwood

Partner & Accredited Mediator
Wills, Trusts & Estates | 28th March 2018

Inheritance tax planning: a little each year…

A major UK newspaper reported on the recent results of a survey that was carried out to establish the public’s understanding of Inheritance Tax (‘’IHT’’)...

Jordan Page

Senior Solicitor, Trusts & Estates
Wills, Trusts & Estates | 26th May 2016

The devilish detail on inheritance tax

By inheritance specialist Emily Wiggins with Hart Brown Solicitors When Chancellor George Osborne announced significant changes to inheritance tax (IHT) in last summer’s Budget speech,...

Emily Wiggins

Consultant, Trusts & Estates