Private Affairs comes to life

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Our private client team bring to life some of the many issues facing our clients, offering practical help and guidance.

 To view recordings of our previous Private Affairs comes to life webinars, please see below. 

 

Recorded on 21 June 2022, Andrew Moore, Katherine Kennedy, Rebecca Cockerill, Tom Amarnani and Ellie Milner discuss the challenges family businesses face when impacted by divorce or incapacity of key members of the family, or through inadequacies in the businesses structure, constitution and planning which does not incentivise nor support harmony amongst family members.
On 9 June 2022 John Grundy, Jacob Cork, Adam Williams and Stephen Atkinson discussed their best current ideas in estate planning, including using business and agricultural relief twice, maximising the Residence Nil-Rate Band, use of Trusts in funding grandchildren’s school fees, using the surplus income exemption and tax efficient Wills for parents.
Andrew Playle, Tim Whitney, Ellie Milner and Tom Filby present the next in the series of Private Affairs comes to life webinars, where they will be discussing Crypto Assets, the good, the bad and the ugly.
Caitlin Jenkins, Frances Bailey and Anna Moore, discuss why succession planning is so important to clients, what are the options available, what are the risks of each option and the best ways to mitigate these risks.
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