NRB Legacies: their interaction with RNRB and APR/BPR and other aspects. 18 October 2022
One St Peter's Square
On Tuesday, 18 October 2022, STEP Manchester will be delighted to welcome Charles Holbech of Radcliffe Chambers, Lincoln’s Inn to Manchester to present the next in its series of briefings in a face-to-face session.
Charles will discuss all aspects of nil rate band legacies, including their interaction with the residence nil rate band, and the use of the downsizing allowance. Charles will also explore the situation where an estate includes BPR/APR assets which may impact the amount of the NRB legacy.
Charles Holbech specialises in private client work, both contentious and non-contentious, and increasingly involving technical advice on tax, trusts and estates. He is recognised by Chambers UK Bar, Chambers HNW and The Legal 500 UK Bar as a leading junior for Chancery and private client work. He is regularly instructed in reported cases and writes extensively on estate planning, Inheritance Tax and trusts.
Charles contributed the chapter on taxation in the current edition of Mortimer, Williams and Sunnucks on executors, administrators and probate and has also edited Halsbury’s Laws of England on Inheritance Tax.
Charles regularly lectures, and writes articles, on trusts and trustees. He is a member of STEP and of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists.
Email [email protected] to reserve your place.