Expert legal advice for individuals moving to and investing in the UK
Blake Morgan is a full-service law firm with a global reach. We have a network of national offices covering all practice areas including immigration, corporate, real estate, estate planning and dispute resolution, making us ideally placed to advise entrepreneurs, investors, individuals and their families, who have an interest in moving to and investing in the UK. Our expert team of lawyers across all our practice areas work closely together to provide practical, timely and professional advice to those moving and investing in the UK.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our particular expertise includes:
Advice on procedures and documentation for those moving to and investing in the UK.
Company employment advice
If your company is relocating you or if your company is investing in the UK, we can advise on the employment, corporate and commercial issues.
Property in the UK
We can help you purchase property tax efficiently or rent property for your stay. We can advise on the property taxes that may be due, such as Stamp Duty Land Tax, and how your property should be catered for in your Will.
If you have invested in the UK and things have not gone to plan, we can advise on resolving issues.
Tax and succession planning
We can provide advice for individuals and families to ensure that their international assets are protected.
We can advise on pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreements and matrimonial property regime, to protect your UK assets.
Advice on cross-border mental capacity issues and powers of attorney.
We advise individuals, entrepreneurs and multi-nationals who are considering investing in the UK whether it is a start-up or existing enterprise.
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