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  1. April showers Mark Biddlecombe, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. April showers. Mark Biddlecombe looks at UK changes related to non-domiciled individuals, and some of the possibilities and issues these changes …

  2. Trustee billing: revolution or evolution? Paul Douglas and Michael Giraud TEP, .

    STEP Journal: April 2017. Trustee billing: revolution or evolution? Paul Douglas and Michael Guirad assess how practitioners' billing practices have changed.

  3. Tax gets personal Jeremy Pearson, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. Tax gets personal. Jeremy Pearson explores the planning opportunities and drawbacks of personal injury trusts and investments bonds.

  4. Certainty prevails Peter Hodson TEP, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. Certainty prevails. Peter Hodson analyses the requirements for ‘certainty’, the consequences of ‘sham’ if there is not certainty of inten…

  5. When one becomes two Catherine Grum TEP, .

    Catherine Grum looks at when it is appropriate to draw the line between a family business and a family office Key points What is the issue?The line can blur when disting…

  6. Will survivorship clauses survive? John FitzGerald, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. Will survivorship clauses survive? John FitzGerald warns of the potential pitfalls of automatically inserting survivorship clauses when will draf…

  7. In good faith Martyn Crespel TEP, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. In good faith. Martyn Crespel provides an introduction to structuring Shari’a-compliant trusts.

  8. Family fortunes Eleanor Sepanski and Geoffrey Todd, .

    Eleanor Sepanski and Geoffrey Todd explore how reviewing the governance of a family business will help achieve better outcomes

  9. One crown, two laws Julie Melia, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. One crown, two laws. Julie Melia highlights the differences between UK and Jersey probate procedures, and what happens when the Jersey process is…

  10. Paper trail Keith Dixon TEP, .

    STEP Journal April 2017. Paper trail. The feedback to Jersey’s consultation paper on Trusts Law amendments has been published. Keith Dixon comments on the possibilities…

  11. Book review: Current Issues in Succession Law Edward Buckland, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. Book review. Current Issues in Succession Law. Edited by Birke Häcker and Charles Mitchell. Reviewed by Edward Buckland.

  12. From pole to pole The Editors, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. From pole to pole.

  13. Under the influence? Kimberly A Whaley TEP, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. The risks associated with independent legal advice where undue influence and capacity are complicating factors.

  14. Across the Finnish line Tuulikki Mikkola, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. The treatment of cross-border trusts in Finland.

  15. Under the influence? Kimberly A Whaley TEP, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. The risks associated with independent legal advice where undue influence and capacity are complicating factors.

  16. Statement of intent Geoffroy Michaux, Patrice Bonduelle and David Fremont, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. An examination of the potentially landmark ruling of the Paris Court of Appeal with regard to the treatment of trusts under French…

  17. Hip to B Corp James Perry, .

    Could the B Corporation movement represent a new model for family businesses? James Perry takes a look Key points What is the issue?There is increasing demand among busi…

  18. Property, financial resource or something else? Sam McCullough, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. In the context of a relationship that has broken down, trusts can present challenges for family law courts in Australia.

  19. A Grand Tour of tax planning The Editor, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. Three scenarios that exemplify the cross-border planning considerations inherent in UK-Italy moves.

  20. A Grand Tour of tax planning Catherine Pugsley, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review March 2017. Three scenarios that exemplify the cross-border planning considerations inherent in UK-Italy moves.

  21. TQR: The power of information The Editor, .

    STEP Journal: March 2017. TQR: Something old, something new. Below is a sampler of the latest Trust Quarterly Review (volume 14, issue 4, 2016), published by STEP in asso…