Gregory Laming has been a partner in the private tax team since 2006. His work involves advising clients throughout the world on how they should hold their assets.
Laming prepares trusts and tax efficient wills for his clients and advises them on their asset protection and tax planning requirements. His work often involves capacity issues and court of protection matters connected with enduring powers of attorney (EPAs) and lasting powers of attorney (LPAs), as well as complex probate matters.
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