Advising individuals and families on all aspects of taxand estate planning has been John Grundy’s focus for the last 10 years. He acts for entrepreneurs, business owners, professionals and wealthy individuals based both in the UK and abroad.
Grundy helps clients make significant tax savings and protecting their family’s wealth for the benefit of the next and future generations. He looks to come up with flexible, tax efficient and protective solutions and typically steers clients away from the aggressive schemes that are marketed and all too often fail. In an increasingly complicated area he strives to deliver clear, practical advice. Grundy’s work includes advising on:
- tax efficient and protective wills
- family investment companies
- powers of attorney
- structuring family gifts and loans
- inheritance tax and capital gains tax
- residence and domicile issues
- administering deceased’s estates
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