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Nine months after it came into force, Alberto Perez Cedillo addresses the impact of the Brussels IV regulation on cross-border successions in Spain – and details other Spanish internal laws you need to be aware of when dealing with an estate
The fifth Section conference on cross-border and international private client issues focused on the EU Succession Regulation – commonly known as Brussels IV. Alberto Perez Cedillo reports back on the talking points of the day
The summer budget this year announced huge changes to how non-doms who are long-term-resident in the UK are taxed. Jo Summers explains the proposals for next year’s Finance Act and what they mean for non-doms
The global tax landscape is increasingly complex and constantly changing. As compliance and reporting obligations become more rigorous, ignorance is no longer an option. Jo Summers explains the UK’s current position, and what advice you need to be giving to your clients.
Dealing with the estates of UK-domiciled deceased persons with immovable property in Ireland can be complex and problematic. Maria Lakes offers guidance on the process, and explains why it is vital not to overlook Irish succession laws.
Succession planning where other European countries are involved is rarely straightforward. Alberto Perez Cedillo explains how the Brussels IV Regulation, now in force, aims to simplify matters, and outlines its key provisions.
Our workshop speakers round up their sessions, on mediation, Court of Protection, pensions, the Care Act 2014, the implications of the Brussels lV regulation, and the tax treatment of trusts in the relevant property regime
Graham Poles looks at what developments, challenges and opportunities the new parliament might bring for private clients