Checklist for Wills where TNRB relevant

 In Tax, Trusts, Wills

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The so-called simplification of Will drafting by the introduction of the Transferable Nil Rate Band (TNRB) has complicated matters for some clients. Where the clients have been married (or been in a civil partnership) before particular care is required in assessing the use or transferability of the previous spouse/CP unused nil rate band. The Will drafter should focus on where any unused nil rate band may be wasted and whether the client appreciates the options open to him. For a simple checklist to consider in such circumstances please click below.

CHECKLIST – download pdf here

© Gill Steel, LawSkills Ltd. 2009

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