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Whether your objective is to grow your wealth or to protect what you have to pass on to future generations, Longmores is here to help, as we have done for some two centuries.
Whether you have inherited assets or made your own fortune, you will wish to protect what you have from the consequences of events such as divorce or from the possible profligacy of children. You will wish to ensure that your assets are as protected as they can be when you die. Your priorities may well evolve over time, so careful initial planning and periodic reviews of your affairs are essential.
We take time to understand what matters most to you. Understanding the personal circumstances, family dynamics and future aspirations of our clients means that our advice is not only legally robust, but also adapted to your lifestyle and future plans.
Our team of experienced, specialist private client solicitors has extensive experience in collaborating with accountants, tax advisers and financial advisers to provide a complete and joined up service for our clients. We regularly introduce our clients to stockbrokers, property developers or other intermediaries who can explore investment or wealth management opportunities.
Longmores’ team of solicitors help clients across a wide range of wealth preservation issues, including:
- Inheritance tax planning
- Setting up trusts and structuring of investments
- Buying and selling businesses
- Buying and selling residential or commercial property.
Examples of our work:
Making financial arrangement for a couple’s substantial assets.
Wealth planning for the estate of a landowner with significant rural assets.
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