Family Law Hub

New Webinar: Capital Gains Tax in Divorce

To be broadcast 1pm, 30th April 2019.

  • Sofia Thomas, a tax expert who regularly works with family lawyers, provides a refresher on the key points to remember when dealing with capital gains tax in financial remedies proceedings. 

    • Capital Gains Tax on the Main Home 
    • Principal Private Residence Relief, when it applies and how to secure it for your client 
    • Different tax treatment of Deferred Charge V Mesher Orders 
    • Changes in April 2019 and planned changes for April 2020 
    • Capital Gains Tax on investment properties 
    • Hold over relief 

    Attendees can expect to leave the session with
    • A better understanding of how capital gains tax applies in the context of divorce 
    • How to spot potential tax traps and advise clients when to seek advice 

    When? 1pm-2pm, Tuesday 30th April 2019
    Where? Any computer with broadband and sound
    How much? Free to listen in on the day

    Sofia Thomas: Presenter

News, published: 26/03/2019


Published: 26/03/2019


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