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  • Leanne Hathaway - Tax and Trusts
    What do references to “children” mean in Wills and trusts?
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    A seemingly simple question, surely, what does “children” mean?  People often make gifts in Wills and trusts to their own children, to the children of relatives or friends, or to other individuals whose status depends on parentage. Some gifts refer to a beneficiary by name, for example, “I give £10,000 to my son Edward Hands”…. Learn more

  • Leanne Hathaway - Tax and Trusts
    Five things you should know about asset protection trusts
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    Trusts are often established as part of the estate planning process, and can be used as a tax-efficient means of passing on assets such as land, money and shares to your Partner or children. Tax aspects aside, they offer valuable asset protection in all manner of circumstances: 1. Lifetime trusts and elderly care assessment Assessment… Learn more


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