Tax, Trusts, Will & Probate

Tax trusts and wills solicitors

Our first class team of lawyers, tax advisors and international probate specialists are on hand to provide you with guidance on tax, trusts, wills and probate. We understand these are very personal matters and as such we do our best to understand your individual circumstances and provide tailored advice to help you plan for the future.

Equally if you need assistance with an existing legal problem, our wealth of knowledge and experience means we will be able to find a swift and effective solution that is right for you.

Our expertise includes probate and estate administration (including overseas), tax planning and compliance, trust management and disputes over wills, trusts or probate.

Our professional team are specialists in their field who offer a range of unrivalled, expert legal services that are dedicated to meeting your needs. Please visit our Tax, Trusts, Wills & Probate pages to find out more.

Latest News & Blogs

April Fool's - joke in will
Apr
2019

There are many pranks taking place today to mark April Fool’s day. Likewise, some legacies can be so unusual that even the beneficiaries don't believe them!

probate fee increase
Mar
2019

The Ministry of Justice has confirmed that the introduction of controversial probate fee increases, which were due to be introduced on 1 April 2019, has been postponed.

Inheritance Act claims after 25 years
Mar
2019

The High Court has granted permission to bring a claim under the Inheritance Act – despite it being issued more than 25 years after the deadline.

Karl Lagerfield cat Choupette
Feb
2019

It has been widely reported that the late fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, has left some of his £153m fortune to his beloved cat, Choupette.

SDLT Change 2019
Jan
2019

Associate of the LA Real Estate conveyancing team, Sarah Brown, discusses the impacts of the forthcoming changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax due on 1 March 2019.

Jan
2019

The financial abuse of older and vulnerable adults is a disturbing problem which can drain estates of assets and prevent beneficiaries under wills from receiving their inheritance.