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From estate planning to considering your child’s surname, parents need to weigh up legal matters
I recently purchased a centre court debenture
Her empty house is expected to sell for more than £1m
I want to send my child to a school in the UK
I have reached an age at which I want to give away the majority of my wealth
My family is based in Dubai — but we may return to the UK
What do we need to think about as she gets older?
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My daughter has married well and is looked after
I’m an entrepreneur with a start-up business and am weighing up the cost of the patenting process
I’m concerned what might happen to property prices
If we split up, I’m worried I will have to give him half of my assets
My mother recently moved all her stocks-and-shares Isa investments into income-producing funds
I earn no income from it and pay all necessary Greek taxes
We plan to buy a property in London for our daughter who starts university there next year
I want to take them to visit their father who works overseas
My husband plans to purchase in his name only to take advantage of first-time buyer relief
Is it through a junior Isa? And if so, which one would you recommend?
I believe it was my father’s wish to keep everything together
Legal issues that the Bank of Mum and Dad should consider
I don’t want to sell the shares yet but I will one day, what should I do?
My husband and I both own other properties
I’m worried about the possible effects of leaving the EU on our holiday plans
My mother wants to give us her share of her brother’s legacy
The managing agents arrange buildings cover on behalf of the freeholder