Simon Gibb focuses his practice on tax advice, trust and estate planning for UK and non-UK resident and domiciled individuals, including on the protection and devolution of trust assets. While he advises on all aspects of personal taxation and structuring, his practice has an emphasis on the structuring of family businesses through trusts and foundations. Simon is regularly involved in both non-contentious and contentious tax work.
Advising on and establishing, funding and restructuring of private trust company structures, including advising on the choice of jurisdiction and drafting trust instruments and funding documentation
Advising trustees and beneficiaries of non-UK trusts on tax and administration issues, including assisting with the resolution of disputes between trustees and beneficiaries
Advising individuals on UK residence and domicile planning, on pre-immigration UK tax planning and on UK tax and succession planning, including representing them in Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) inquiries
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