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The case of Cowshed Cinderella is a cautionary tale for HNWI families

In the recent case of the 'Cowshed Cinderella', a daughter devoted hours to the family's cattle business, having been assured that one day she would reap the benefits. When her parents tried to cut her off and evict her, the court objected and awarded her £1.3 million. So could we see an HNW Cowshed Cinderella?

To read the rest of the tale go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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