Blake Morgan expertly advises individuals leaving the UK
If you are leaving the UK, Blake Morgan can provide legal advice on all aspects of your departure, as this may trigger a range of tax and compliance issues which we will help you to anticipate and address. We can cater for all of these needs and we are experienced in liaising with your professional advisors in the UK and in your inbound jurisdiction.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our expert team of lawyers can assist with the following:
Tax and estate planning for individuals leaving the UK
This will include advice about domicile, the Statutory Residence Test, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, stamp duty land tax and any risks of claw back.
A joined-up approach
Co-ordinating with other professional advisors in the UK and in your inbound jurisdiction to ensure that the transition is as smooth as possible.
Addressing practical aspects of your departure from the UK including immigration, residential conveyancing, corporate and real estate transactions.
We advise entrepreneurs, professionals and their families who may be retiring abroad, relocating for employment, or returning to their country of origin. We also advise businesses and trustees who are leaving the UK who are re-establishing in a different jurisdiction.
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Our Chairman Bruce Potter and CBI’s Senior Brexit Policy Advisor James Sloan presented an overview of what to expect at the end of the transition period.Read More