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Archive for October, 2019

Who has a Will?

A shocking case was reported in the FT of two step-sisters who were arguing over which of them should inherit their late parents’ house. The elderly couple had been found dead in their home, and it was not possible to determine who had died first. The situation was complicated because the father had not made[…] Read more »

Registering a deceased’s Estate for Tax

Tax obligations do not cease on death, the executors of the deceased’s estate have to complete the final tax return to the date of death, and deal with the IHT returns and payment. Where the estate is extensive or there are competing claims under the will it can take a significant period to transfer all[…] Read more »

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