Registers of Scotland (RoS) has published an interesting report on properties owned or leased in Scotland by overseas companies and individuals.
What about the house? Who gets the car? In our new video, Complete Clarity outlines some of the most important questions that can arise – and indeed our family lawyers can help you to answer all of the main questions you may have when you are considering divorce, separation or dissolution of a civil partnership.
A new report from the Resolution Foundation has revealed millennials are in line to receive the largest and most wide-reaching ‘inheritance boom’ of any post-war generation. However, this won’t come in time to solve their home ownership and wealth inequality woes.
The latest House Price Index from Halifax has revealed that prices in the final quarter of 2017 (October – December) were 2.7% higher than in the same three months of the previous year.
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The news that HMRC is projected to receive more inheritance tax (IHT) than initially forecast over the next five years should ring alarm bells for people with estates that are likely to be valued over the IHT threshold. IHT planning should now be a fundamental part of estate planning for everyone in this situation.
On Saturday 9 December, the solicitors at Complete Clarity will don their winter woollies and bear the cold in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens as part of the “worlds largest ever sleepout event” to raise money for Scottish homelessness.
The latest UK House Price Index has revealed that average house prices in the UK increased by 5.0% in the year to August 2017 (up from 4.5% in July 2017). According to the Office for National Statistics, which published the Index, the annual growth rate has slowed since mid-2016 but has remained broadly under 5% during 2017.
New research has revealed that the over-50s are choosing to cut back on personal spending so they can build an inheritance pot for their loved ones. However, their children don’t share this view and would rather their parents spent their money on themselves during retirement instead of leaving it behind.