Beth is an Associate solicitor in the Private Client Team and advises on a range of private client matters, focussing particularly on tax, trust law, cross border matters and estate planning. She has a particular interest in Inheritance Tax planning and the UK tax implications of French usufructs and other foreign structures. She also advises on UK/US estate planning and advises generally on the creation of trusts, as well as providing legal advice to trustees and also advises on Capital Gains Tax.
Beth is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). She trained at Russell-Cooke and qualified in 2008. Beth completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Cambridge, obtaining a double first class degree. She has a Masters degree from Oxford University.
Beth has written a number of articles for legal publications, including a recent article on the extension of Agricultural Property Relief for Inheritance Tax to the European Economic Area. She is also one of the contributors to the cross border section of Tolley Guidance, providing guidance on the recognition of foreign structures and Inheritance Tax double taxation relief and unilateral relief, amongst other areas.
In her spare time Beth has an interest in British history and has written a number of history books on the Tudor period and English queenship which are now in print.
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