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Issue 2 focuses on modern families and vulnerable clients. We look beyond the traditional ‘cookie-cutter family’ and explore the rights of cohabitees in England and Wales, and estate planning for younger generations in Canada. The Caribbean and Latin America forms our regional focus, and we speak to STEP's new worldwide Chair.
The Chancellor’s Spring Budget coincided with a challenging set of global circumstances. The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank just days prior emphasised the need for economic confidence, investment, and growth here in the United Kingdom
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Trusts have a longstanding tradition under English Common Law. This report draws together existing evidence and research about how trusts are used for wider societal benefit, and impact every facet of society.
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