Living abroad advice for genuine peace of mind
If you choose to live abroad as an UK expat it can be very rewarding, but it always pays to keep a close eye on your financial affairs ‘back home’. Your tax position in the UK depends upon your residence and domicile status and can be complicated – so it’s always worth seeking expert living abroad advice.
The expertise to strengthen your financial position
It’s clear you won’t want to pay more tax than you need to, so our tax specialists are there to offer you extensive advice at every stage. We can provide you with innovative solutions that protect your UK assets and investments through overseas holding structures.
- Reducing tax liabilities
If you have tax liabilities associated with offshore trust and/or company structures, our expert team can advise on how to reduce them effectively. You could rearrange these structures and participate in disclosure or amnesty facilities for accounts or trusts set up under tax regimes in, for instance, Switzerland or Liechtenstein
- Cross border advice
You also can take advantage of our well-established relationships with European law firms. These are experienced in providing living abroad advice, including overseas property investment.
“What the team is known for: Bath-based team dealing with complex domestic and international matters. Handles offshore trust work, asset protection and estate administration. Also advises on Court of Protection proceedings and issues concerning vulnerable people. Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients): “Good, clear advice provided without delay.” Notable practitioners: James McNeile (Band 2) leads the group and advises domestic and international clients on estate and tax planning and trust management. Market commentators say he has “a fantastic reputation.”” Chambers 2017 South West
“What the team is known for: Advises clients from its Oxford and Swindon offices on trusts, tax and estate planning matters, wills and estate administration. Adept at handling contentious probate and trusts work. The firm has its own trust company, providing advice to trustees. Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients): “They are strong in estate planning and trusts.” “They’ve been very good and very easy to deal with.” Notable practitioners: Tom Gilman’s (Band 2) practice focuses on inheritance tax issues, wills, trusts and estates planning and administration. He also has capability advising on Court of Protection matters and powers of attorney. A client notes: “He is thoughtful, careful and he has always given me excellent advice.”” Chambers 2017 Thames Valley Oxford, Swindon & Surrounds
“Royds Withy King’s Becky Ricards Small handles personal injury trusts, while department head James McNeile undertakes international work.” Legal 500 2016 South West