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Wills for Business Owners

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About the event

All business owners need to think about their Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans. At the same time, it is important that business owners have given consideration to how their Will relates to such plans. Thoughts also need to turn to how business assets are handed over and who will be responsible for sorting out such issues.

During this event, Richard Horwood and Alastair Liddiard will talk about the options business owners have when preparing their Will.  They will cover Business Property Relief (BPR), shareholders’ agreements, the use of trusts, and inheritance tax planning.

Before the presentation there will be breakfast and networking with a chance to meet the speakers.  After the presentation there will be time for questions.

Speakers

Richard Horwood

Partner and Head of Private Client

01992 305233

richard.horwood@longmores.law

Richard advises individuals and families about their wills, trusts and inheritance tax planning arrangements. He leads the Private Client team many of whom are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the Law Society’s Private Client Section.  His team is ranked in The Legal 500 and he is individually ranked in the Chambers HNW guide for Private Wealth Law.

Alastair Liddiard

Partner specialising in Wills, Trusts and Tax Planning, Probate and Powers of Attorney

01992 512779

alastair.liddiard@longmores.law

Alastair helps individuals and families to plan for the future and manages and advises on the administration of estates. He takes a highly personalised approach to help clients define what they need to achieve making sure they have all the options and information to make the right decisions.  Alastair is recommended by The Legal 500 for his expertise in Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate. He is also a member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the Law Society’s Private Client Section.

Booking

We are co-hosting this event with the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, and it is free to attend.

Please click here to book your space at this free seminar.