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Budget 2015: How do the new Inheritance Tax Laws Affect You?

In July 2015, Chancellor George Osborne brought about an emergency Budget that concerned the Inheritance Tax threshold that was previously in place for UK citizens. This article will look into what changes have been made and how they might affect you. Changes to the Budget The current threshold is £325,000 per person and has been frozen at this amount since 2009. For married couples and couples in a civil partnership, this £325,000 threshold is doubled, so they can pass on assets to children or other relatives for a value of up to £650,000 without incurring any inheritancetax. In this Emergency Budget, George…

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What to Look for In a Family Law Practice

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When you’re choosing a family law practice to help you resolve any disputes you may have, there are a number of factors that you need to consider to ensure you get the best possible results. From accreditations to the amount of experience they have, everything is important when it comes to family legal matters. This article will inform you of some of the aspects you need to look for in your family law practice. Accreditations It is incredibly important that any family law practice you choose has the correct accreditation or accreditations for the area of law that you need it…

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Making An Inheritance Act Claim In 2014

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If a person dies without having set out the division of assets in their Will, then there is a large scope for the courts to decide how any assets are distributed amongst relatives. If a party feels that the deceased has not given them reasonable financial provision under their Will, then an Inheritance Act claim can be made.  There is no set way that the courts decide the division of assets, as each case is unique and there are a lot of factors that need to be taken into account when arranging the distribution of assets. When somebody dies, their estate…

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Goodwins Family Law Solicitors Welcome Article

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Goodwins Family Law Solicitors are delighted to welcome you to our new blog. Here we will provide information and details of any special offers we may have on, internal developments within the firm, analysis of landmark or interesting cases and wider issues in the profession that may impact upon our clients. It will be a space designed to keep our clients informed about our operations, something we believe will have benefits for all. So check back here regularly for further details and updates, and don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team with any queries you may have.

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