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How to Pay Less Inheritance Tax

UK Inheritance Tax Threshold Currently the tax-free Inheritance Tax allowance in the UK (which is sometimes called the ‘nil-rate band’) is £325,000. An additional residence nil-rate band of £125k can be claimed if a main residence is left to a…

Tribunal Claims Are on the Rise

The Ministry of Justice has published provisional tribunal statistics for October to December 2017.  Since the abolition of Employment Tribunal (ET) fees, single claims received have increased by 90% and multiple ET claims received have increased by 467%. Some 8,173…

Loosemores Sports Forum

We are pleased to announce details of our upcoming Sports Forum event, the first in an occasional series being planned by the sports team at Loosemores.  Our aim is to bring together our clients and other contacts in the sports…

Power of Attorney Refund Scheme

The Ministry of Justice has launched a scheme to refund those who have paid more than they should have for applying to register powers of attorney. Those who paid a registration fee for a lasting or enduring power of attorney…

Adverse Weather Update

Our office will close early today due to the continuing severe weather. If you need to contact us urgently and cannot reach your designated contact via email or by leaving a voicemail, please email post@loosemores.co.uk which is regularly monitored.

The Welsh Land Transaction Tax (LTT)

All You Need to Know for Residential Transactions. Land Transaction Tax (LTT) has now replaced UK Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in Wales. These changes took effect on April 1st, 2018. LTT is broadly consistent with SDLT but the Welsh Government has implemented the changes in order…

Looking to the future at Loosemores

Following a successful 2017 for the firm and a busy start to the New Year, we are delighted to welcome three new team members to Loosemores Solicitors. The new arrivals pictured with Senior Partner, Mark Loosemore: Hywel Thomas, Joshua Perkins,…

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