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Some English law caveats for Meghan Markle

There has been a significant amount of doom and gloom in the papers over the past 12 months regarding Brexit and the anticipated exodus of people this will trigger from the UK. However, a news item last week about a US person bucking the trend to come and live in the UK, having fallen in love with the man of her dreams, made a pleasing change.

But is a move to the UK as simple as saying ‘I do’? To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine.

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