With the industrial revolution, the need for legal outsourcing and solicitation emerged, changing the outlook of the legal world.
With entrepreneurial HNWs getting wealthier and marrying later in life, post-nuptial agreements are becoming increasingly valuable in the world of the wealthy, writes Hannah Field
Contrary to a report that noticed a drop in charitable giving in developed countries, UK philanthropy is still alive and kicking, with more creative solutions than before, writes Sophie Wettern
Now that there are many ways disappointed beneficiaries can challenge a will in court, it’s wiser for HNWs to review and ensure its validity, writes James Woods
Louise Linton’s extravagant social media parade might be frowned upon, but the government’s hard bid for tax transparency which draws almost deliberate public hate and scrutiny towards the super rich is not warranted for, writes Daniel Bentley-White