Rainer Hughes

Inheritance Tax Planning Solicitors

Planning for your estate so those left behind can make the most of your assets, wealth and property requires a clear understanding of the Inheritance Tax rules.

It is important that we look at every aspect of relief and what exemptions will apply to you and your estate. 

Our Wills and Probate will consider what business and assets you own. Our inheritance tax planning solicitors will look at the latest rules considering not only the core principles of Tax and Estate planning, but also what tax-free allowances may apply, what exempts and gifts are relevant, the options of charitable and trust donations as well as raising concerns HMRC on your behalf.

Clearly the overlap with our Property, Family, Litigation and Probate teams ensure you get the right legal advice on inheritance tax planning that is both reassuring but relevant to you.

Why Choose Rainer Hughes for Inheritance Tax Planning?

  1. In-Depth Expertise: Our solicitors are well-versed in the intricacies of UK inheritance tax laws, ensuring that your estate planning is both compliant and optimized for tax efficiency.
  2. Personalised Estate Planning: We believe every estate is unique. Our team provides tailored advice that aligns with your specific circumstances and future objectives.
  3. Holistic Approach: Our services extend beyond just tax planning. We integrate our expertise in property, family law, litigation, and probate to offer a comprehensive estate planning solution.
  4. Proactive Tax Saving Strategies: We focus on maximising tax-free allowances, exploring exemptions, and considering options for charitable and trust donations to reduce your inheritance tax liability.
  5. Liaison with HMRC: Our team efficiently handles all communications with HMRC, ensuring that your estate complies with all regulatory requirements and any concerns are addressed promptly.

Key Experience

Successfully acted for a Premier League football club in relation to an enquiry by HMRC.

Rainer Hughes has represented multiple retailers in obtaining temporary approval, following the refusal of the Alcohol Wholesaler Registration Scheme (AWRS) by HMRC.

Successfully brought matters to the Tax tribunal where clients have been wrongly assessed for their Tax liability.

Acted for a large SME in appealing an unlawful warrant to seize assets, enabling the business to recover and continue trading.

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