|Event Date||Tue Jul 13 EDT (3 months ago)|
The United Kingdom and the United States have been famously described as two nations divided by a common language. Nowhere is that more true than in the area of tax, where we often use similar terms with very different meanings.
This presentation will explore some of the most common mistakes American lawyers make when dealing with UK assets and legal structures including:
• The definition of "Resident"
• The definition of "Domicile"
• Fundamentals of the UK inheritance tax
• The funding and taxation of trusts
• The UK taxation of LLCs
• The UK taxation of revocable trusts
Attorney, Butler Snow LLP
Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Barrister, Three Stone
Partner, Schiff Hardin LLP
• Section of Real Property
• Trust and Estate Law