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Rigby Golding LLP - Solicitors and Notaries Public

Wills and Inheritance Tax Planning

Garden Susan Webster, TEP, is a qualified Solicitor and Notary Public. She is also a qualified member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners [directory entry], making her one of the most experienced and senior practitioners in the field of trusts and estates.

Whether you want to make a simple will, or have more complex requirements, we can help you consider all aspects at a no-obligation consultation. We will discuss and explain all the options to you, including the inheritance tax implications.

If you have a larger estate we can discuss ways to minimise the tax payable.


Key Facts - Inheritance tax

This section explains the key rules that determine how much Inheritance Tax you will pay.

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Key Facts - Children, Parental Responsibility and Guardianship

Since the advent of the Children Act 1989 there has been a dramatic change in the way the Law regards relationships between parents and children. The change in the Law is intended to produce a change in the way children and their families are treated so that in future the Courts will not interfere in the arrangements parents make for their children unless a specific problem arises. One of the main changes is that the Law has brought in the concept of "Parental Responsibility".

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