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In Brief

On Brexit’s unspoken impact on charities

Brexit may bring with it 'big and painful' changes to the UK's charitable sector, but all is not lost.

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Sarah Conway wins Residential Property Lawyer of the Year

Sarah Conway wins Chambers HNW Residential Property lawyer of the Year

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What a Labour government means for HNWs

A snap election might return Britain to darker economic climes.

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News

There’s a new era at boutique law firm Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP with Emma-Jane Weider now taking on the role of managing partner.

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In Depth

Budget Briefing 2018

The main focus of the UK’s Budget statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on was, it appears, not to create any major surprises or shocks before the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019.

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Generosity Per Square Foot

Over 120,000 gifts were made from more than 36,000 estates in the UK last year, with charities receiving legacy income of more than £2.8 billion – the highest figure on record say Claire Weeks and Sophie Wettern.

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The best of both worlds

Eesha Arora and Sophie Wettern examine the risks of settlor’s reserved powers, and recent changes to this area of law.

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Can your child bring you into the tax net? Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps.

It might also be necessary for the parents to get their own affairs in order and ensure that their child’s presence in the UK does not make them inadvertently UK resident.

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