Is your family trust still right for you?

Now is a good time to take stock and consider why you created your family trust in the first place.… Read More

WRMK delighted to congratulate Tania Beckham on her appointment as a director

Congratulations to Tania Beckham on her appointment as a Director of the firm, effective from 17 June 2019. … Read More

Congratulations to our newly promoted lawyers

Congratulations to Simon Davies-Colley and Heidi Mackey on their promotions to Senior Associate and Senior Lawyer respectively, effective 1 April 2019.… Read More

11 things you should know before you become a family trustee

Being a family trustee is an important job. It’s a compliment to be asked, but you need to weigh up carefully if you want to take it on.… Read More

Our guide to trust property transactions

New tax legislation will affect all trusts when they buy or sell property. Although the details are not yet final, the tax reporting requirements for trusts are already in effect.… Read More

OSH and not for profit organisations

As a board member or trustee of a Not for Profit organisation you may think that the management of the organisation will take care of OSH obligations – not so.… Read More

Could your trust be considered a “sham”?

If challenged, are you comfortable your trust will stack up under the scrutiny of the courts? If you are unsure, continue reading…… Read More

Becoming a school trustee

You don’t need to be a professional to be a school trustee, but you do need common sense, to work well in a team, and to be prepared to ask questions. … Read More

Liability of board members and trustees of charities on liquidation

Trustees and board members of incorporated charitable trusts or societies can be personally liable if the trust or society has not kept proper accounts that give a true and fair view of the affairs of the entity.… Read More

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