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International clients

International clients

We increasingly find our clients’ affairs have an international dimension with which we can help. We have an international network of highly regarded overseas law firms with whom we will liaise closely to provide coordinated solutions to clients’ multi-jurisdictional issues.

UK resident and domiciled clients If you own assets abroad, marry a foreign national or leave the UK temporarily or permanently, we can help steer you through the difficulties of foreign succession laws (including ‘forced heirship’ rules which oblige you to leave your estate to specific relatives), marital property regimes and the interaction of UK and foreign tax systems.

Non‑resident and/or non‑domiciled clients If you are moving to, or leaving, the UK, we can advise on your residence and domicile status for UK tax purposes and help you plan your move, including restructuring asset holdings, creating trusts and setting up segregated bank accounts to take full advantage of any favourable tax treatment you may be entitled to, such as the remittance basis. We can advise you as your status changes, and if you are likely to become ‘deemed domiciled’ or subject to the remittance basis charge. When you wish to leave the UK, we can advise you of the steps you need to take to avoid remaining within the UK tax net. Non‑resident trusts Making effective use of non-resident trusts requires ever greater knowledge and skill in today’s complex world. Our Private Client team provides coordinated advice on the structuring, restructuring and administration of offshore trusts for both UK and non‑UK based clients, advising settlors, trustees and beneficiaries.

Private Client Experts

We identify our clients’ needs and tailor our work to each set of circumstances, providing high quality, cost effective advice. We are a multi-disciplinary practice and work collaboratively to provide a comprehensive service across all of our practice areas.

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Lara Barton

Partner

Lara Barton

Partner

Mary Elliott

Partner

Mary Elliott

Partner

Julia Richards

Partner

Julia Richards

Partner

Charles Richardson

Partner

Charles Richardson

Partner

Charlotte Simm

Partner

Charlotte Simm

Partner

Lucinda Tite

Partner

Lucinda Tite

Partner

Wilfrid Vernor-Miles

Partner

Wilfrid Vernor-Miles

Partner

Louise Walker

Partner

Louise Walker

Partner

Matthew Yates

Partner

Matthew Yates

Partner

David Draisey

Partner

David Draisey

Partner

Richard Kershaw

Partner

Richard Kershaw

Partner

Alexandra Sarkis

Consultant

Alexandra Sarkis

Consultant

Molly Wills

Consultant

Molly Wills

Consultant

Paul Camfield

Senior Associate

Paul Camfield

Senior Associate

Katie Martin

Senior Associate

Katie Martin

Senior Associate

Rosemary Milns

Senior Associate

Rosemary Milns

Senior Associate

Harriet Murray

Senior Associate

Harriet Murray

Senior Associate

Sunir Watts

Senior Associate

Sunir Watts

Senior Associate

Louise Garrett

Associate

Louise Garrett

Associate

Jonathan Gemmell

Associate

Jonathan Gemmell

Associate

Flora Nelmes

Associate

Flora Nelmes

Associate

Daniel Watson

Associate

Daniel Watson

Associate

Vanina Wittenburg

Associate

Vanina Wittenburg

Associate

Susan Cutts

Trust and Tax Manager

Susan Cutts

Trust and Tax Manager

Jothein Miles

Trust and Tax Manager

Jothein Miles

Trust and Tax Manager

Frazer Oldham

Trust and Tax Manager

Frazer Oldham

Trust and Tax Manager

Elizabeth Paterson

Trust and Tax Manager

Elizabeth Paterson

Trust and Tax Manager

Julie Rudd

Trust and Tax Manager

Julie Rudd

Trust and Tax Manager

Kiran Sangha

Trust and Tax Manager

Kiran Sangha

Trust and Tax Manager

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Daniel Watson and Julia Richards examine Wills to be witnessed by video link in The Times
“The team at Hunters is excellent. It is very client friendly and always provides practical advice which is easy to follow. The lawyers punch above their weight as compared with other private client firms”

The Legal 500 2021

“A tremendous and detailed knowledge of estates”

Chambers and Partners 2016

“I have found that there is a very wide range of top-quality expertise available in its partners so that the firm can deal with the more esoteric areas of law (art restitution for example) that I would not expect to find elsewhere”

The Legal 500 2021

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