Section product manager Denise Murphy has the latest news from the Private Client Section, including details of the new committee chair and vice-chair, and an update on recruitment of new committee members
The Law Society’s Mental Health and Disability Committee this week submitted its response to the Law Commission’s proposed new scheme to replace the widely criticised deprivation of liberty safeguards
The service provided by solicitors to people drafting a will has been praised by 95% of respondents to a new YouGov annual survey on wills and probate
I have been acting in the administration of an estate where two partners in my firm are the executors. We are now ready to distribute the estate, but one of the beneficiaries has said that she would like us to keep her share until next year as she is on welfare benefits this year, which would be affected by the distribution. Can we do this?
The Treasury has launched a consulation on reforms to the taxation of non-domiciles.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has updated its guidance on Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes to reflect changes in the Finance Acts 2014 and 2015
This is the only book in the Law Society Library’s collection that we deliberately purchase two copies of.
The Law Society Library on the topic of leaving human remains for medical research
From 7 September, the OPG introduces a number of changes to how it supports and supervises deputies, including changes to case types
The introduction of a cap on social care costs - a key government election manifesto - is postponed after outcry from local authorities