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Private Client

Druces’ Private Client lawyers offer a wide range of legal services for individuals. We work with our clients to provide solutions which meet their requirements and those of their family, which are both tax-efficient and straightforward. We are experienced in dealing with tax and estate planning, wills and lasting powers of attorney, capacity issues and other Court of Protection matters, as well as trust formation and management, probate for both UK and overseas clients, and matters relating to people with physical or learning disabilities.

Taxation considerations are at the heart of almost all transactions, be they high value corporate matters or the efficient structuring of personal finances. We advise upon both private and commercial tax issues for individuals, partnerships, companies, charities and trusts. Our expertise also extends to litigation and dispute resolution and we represent individuals on a range of contentious matters.

For international clients, our dual-qualified lawyers are able to advise in relation to French tax issues, property investments and probate, as well as tax and private client issues in Monaco, Switzerland and Spain.

Our growing and experienced contentious probate practice deals with disputed wills, trust disputes and other contentious issues.

We also have a strong Charities group to guide charities and other ‘not for profit’ organisations through the broad range of legal, regulatory and practical issues affecting them. Our charity clients include a range of international, national and private charities and we can advise on the most efficient structures and methods of administration regardless of the size of the charity and however created.

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