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This new work supplies practical guidance on the disposal of personal chattels through wills, estates and trusts. It clearly explains how to leave chattels to gain the best tax advantages and how to arrange the will so the right people receive the intended property.
The work deals with legal issues such as ownership, title, intestacy, transactions, valuations and inventories. It advises on practical matters such as; what questions to ask your client, what valuations you should seek, and what actions to take.
In addition, the tax aspects of chattels are explained, highlighting what must be considered when advising clients. It goes through inheritance tax, capital gains tax and income tax issues, and discusses the specific tax issues relating to heritage property. The author goes on to highlight potential problems and suggests practical solutions to help you.
What's more you'll find a wide range of practical tools to help you advise effectively on this subject including precedents, checklists and worked examples to clarify the law.