Campaigns - Key topics and talking points
A closer look at selected key topics and talking points with our industry experts from across our Private Wealth and Real Estate teams.
From growing a business to starting a family or handing over control of that business to the next generation, every individual has their own goals to aspire to.
Our Private Wealth lawyers advise our clients throughout this family life cycle, providing the legal advice required for specific transactions such as purchasing a home or selling a business, whilst also advising on the long-term opportunities for succession and estate planning.
In Lexology Getting the Deal Through's Private Client 2021 guide, Forsters' Private Wealth team have outlined the important estate planning issues that international clients need to consider if they wish to invest in or come to the UK.
The purchase or sale of a high value home requires expert legal advice to manage the complexities involved. Our lawyers are dedicated to sharing their knowledge to enable you to navigate the legal practicalities of buying and selling high value assets.
We will support you through every stage of the process, and with the largest dedicated Residential Property team in London, we have the strength to do this. Visit our Hub to learn more.
We are committed to running a business that is environmentally sustainable. Not only do we continually strive to minimise our impact on the environment, but we have years of experience of incorporating sustainability considerations into the legal advice that we provide to our clients.
Our sustainability hub brings together the team’s insights and legal expertise on a broad range of environmental matters that affect our clients' business and personal affairs. This is a rapidly evolving and wide-ranging area of law and we will continue to share our insights about related legal developments on this hub.
A list of key terminology and concepts relevant to corporate occupiers of UK real estate with their plain English explanations.
Coming to a decision to separate or divorce is difficult and often distressing.
For many, the process that lies ahead is a mystery and it is assumed that it will be confrontational and drawn-out. However, there is in fact a wide range of forward-thinking, constructive approaches to resolving the issues flowing from your divorce or separation.
How can international families act now to futureproof their wealth?
International families are faced with numerous uncertainties, relating to an ever-changing external global outlook and evolving internal family dynamics, that make wealth planning hugely challenging. Families with connections to the UK are currently dealing with acute levels of uncertainty as a result of Brexit, which looks to continue for some time yet. During these times of uncertainty, it can be tempting for families to hold back from making succession plans, when it is arguably even more important to have plans in place, to mitigate against these increasing risks. Therefore, international families must shift their mindset from "wait and see" to "act now", in order to utilize current planning opportunities to safeguard their wealth.
Is a nuptial agreement right for you and your family?
The Forsters Family team want to open up the conversation about nuptial agreements, to dispel myths and to inform people about the benefits of having one and the practical process.
We are giving our insight and guidance on pre-nups and post-nups in the hope of bringing greater clarity to what can be seen as a 'taboo' topic; to provide reassurance about what having a nuptial agreement means; and understanding about the process involved. The aim is for people to feel comfortable about discussing nuptial agreements, so that an informed decision can be made about whether signing one is right for them.