Scrapping inheritance tax won't make divorce easier

The think tank's proposed tax reform might clash with the uncertainty around matrimonial law and finance, writes Marilyn Bell in Spears magazine.
Fri 1st Jun 2018

Would it help in divorce if either husband or wife could receive an immediate £125,000 from a parent or grandparent? 

Marilyn comments on the news that the Resolution Foundation is calling for inheritance tax to be scrapped and replaced with a system that is harder to avoid and divides money more fairly between the generations. Marilyn explores how this new system could work in practice and how it affects the divorce process.

Read the full article on Spear's website.


If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Family law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Marilyn Bell on 01727 798066 or 07725 372256. 

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