Solicitor firms could face enforcement by the SRA if they do not register their tax advice work under new anti-money-laundering obligations.
The portal for DAC 6 reporting to HMRC is now open, with the first reporting deadline falling on 30 January 2021.
Proposed changes to the mental health system must be properly funded to be effective, the Law Society of England and Wales warned following publication of the Mental Health Act White Paper.
We’ve been informed by HM Revenue and Customs that reporting under DAC 6 will be required for a limited time for arrangements that meet hallmarks under category D.
Our new research shows just over a quarter of people know what happens to their digital assets when they die and why to include them in their will.
We met with HM Courts and Tribunals Service for another productive user group meeting about the online probate service.
We've unveiled new research that shows 7% of respondents made or updated their will during the first UK-wide COVID-19 lockdown.
From 2 November 2020 all grant of probate applications (where there is a will) must be made using the online service for professionals.
We look at how you can improve your financial deputyship application to the Court of Protection.
The government will drop the provisions of the Coronavirus Act 2020 which weaken Mental Health Act 1983 protections in England.
We have an update on the non-contentious probate rules, which now mandate online professional applications.
We responded to the Ministry of Justice's consultation on mandating online professional applications for non-contentious probate.