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Legal advice service for professionals & private clients

PWT Advice LLP provides specialist legal advice on pensions (offshore & UK), employee benefit structures, wealth planning & personal taxation, trusts (international & UK), wills & succession planning, probate & estate administration, powers of attorney & Court of Protection and charity law.

Don't just take our word for it, our awards are proof we're great at what we do.

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law FirmsPWT Advice LLP is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors' Regulation Authority (SRA No: 551173). Partners Jo Summers and Nicola Dudley are qualified solicitors.

PWT Advice is consistently recommended by clients for its 'pragmatic and clear approach' to complex tax planning and offshore structuring. Jo Summers is the key contact.
- The Legal 500

We provide expert advice to other professionals, including law firms, tax consultants, actuaries, accountants & insolvency practitioners.

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We provide expert advice to private clients.

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We can advise on a wide range of issues but we don't want to waste your valuable time. If you're not sure whether we can help, please email or call us on 0345 833 9025. We're happy to hear more about your requirements on a no-obligation basis.

How we charge
Because we're a small firm, we don't have massive overheads (no HR department, marketing guys or IT boffins). We will discuss our fees with you when we have a better idea of what you need. We prefer to charge a fixed fee wherever possible so you know up-front what our costs will be.


RIP Trusts? Long Live Family Partnerships?

It seems that trusts are viewed currently as the source of all tax-planning evil. A series of legislative changes have made trusts extremely unattractive for wealthy UK clients. This article summarises the current status of trusts in UK tax planning before reviewing the proposed alternative of family partnerships. To what extent can partnerships be used to replicate trust planning?

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