The Law Society
Nicole Aubin-ParvuKnowledge Development Lawyer, Private Client
Nicole is a Knowledge Development Lawyer in the Private Client department. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring that lawyers, contacts and clients are kept up to date in relation to new developments in all areas of private client law. This includes organising training and seminars, and writing client updates on relevant topics including tax for UK and non-UK individuals, UK and international trust and estate planning and wealth structuring generally.
Nicole has authored and co-authored articles for a number of industry publications on topics relating to tax and wealth planning, and is a joint contributing editor and author for "Getting the Deal Through – Private Client".
Nicole joined Forsters with the rest of the Gowling WLG London Private Client team in May 2017. She joined Lawrence Graham (later Gowling WLG) in 2005, having practised for a number of years as a private client lawyer at Herbert Smith, with a particular emphasis on the taxation of non-UK domiciliaries and estate and wealth structuring for high net worth international individuals and their families.
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.
COVID-19: Relaxation of the Statutory Residence Test for individuals carrying out coronavirus related activities
In an effort to attract and retain those with expertise in fields that may help in fighting COVID-19 in the UK, the Chancellor has announced that the statutory residence test (SRT) will be relaxed for certain individuals for the period 1 March to 1 June (although the duration of the concessionary period will be kept under review).