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Update: family

Update: family

Lynne Passmore reviews Radmacher and the future of prenups, document disclosure, the extravagant lifestyle of a divorcing couple, and a TOLATA claim on the significance of the parties being engaged
Update: tax and trusts

Update: tax and trusts

With the third Finance Act of the year to be published shortly, it has been a rollercoaster period for practitioners, writes David Bird
New leaf

New leaf

As SJ puts the finishing touches to next week's pro bono special, Jean-Yves Gilg and Rebecca Hilsenrath kick us off with a warning to the coalition: blur the boundaries of legal aid and pro bono at your peril
Tributes paid to David Burgess

Tributes paid to David Burgess

Tributes have been paid to David Burgess, one of the UK's leading immigration solicitors, who was allegedly pushed under a train at King's Cross station earlier this week.
Conveyancers pin survival hopes on new accreditation scheme

Conveyancers pin survival hopes on new accreditation scheme

Property lawyers have welcomed the idea of a new accreditation scheme for conveyancers but some are already doubting whether a scheme intended to raise professional standards and help the profession fight off new entrants will have any effect in practice.
Snafu solutions

Snafu solutions

Watch out for those mistakes in court, warns Joanne Williams – the so-called Slip Rule isn't as forgiving as you might hope
Belt tightening

Belt tightening

As penniless politicians become increasingly hostile to trusts, tax planners are facing tough times ahead, say Rosamond McDowell and Ceri Norman-Short
The final gong

The final gong

HMRC has offered taxpayers one last chance to declare overseas assets – take advantage while you still can, say Jonathan Silverman and Andrew Kidd
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