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Could the increase in probate fees be unlawful?

The impending increase in probate fees were thrown into doubt earlier this week after they were branded ‘unlawful’ by the..

The majority of the population wants financial advice to deal with their retirement

Recent research has shown that 86% of the population wants financial advice to help them prepare for their retirement,..

Millions of Brits banking on inheritance windfalls

Recent research shows that millions of Brits are relying on their inheritance to provide them with financial security, with..

Remember a charity week 2016

Today marks the beginning of ‘remember a charity week’ which is an annual awareness campaign designed to encourage more people..

Record number of charitable legacies left in 2015

As part of the ‘remember a charity’ awareness week, a report into the number of legacy donors was published, showing that 2015..

Government makes changes to Inheritance Tax rules for non-doms

A recent announcement by the Treasury could put an end to a permanent non-dom status for tax purposes.

Judge overturns Will after brothers challenge its validity

A High Court Judge has overturned the Will of a ‘significantly vulnerable’ man who left 95% of his estate to his carer.

Why is it important to talk about dying?

A reluctance to talk about dying, bereavement and estate planning could result in your end of life wishes not being met. 

Britain’s top billionaire avoids huge Inheritance Tax bill

The recent death of the Duke of Westminster has seen campaigners calling for the Trust system to be reformed, after it was..