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Specialism: Lawyers Charities, Tax, Estate Planning
Company: McDermott Will & Emery
Location: London, England
Simon Goldring advises clients on international private wealth and tax matters. He acts for a variety of clients ranging from HNWIs and family offices to multi-national corporations in the UK and internationally.
Simon undertakes all types of private client work including the preparation of wills, powers of attorney, domestic trusts and income and capital tax planning. Internationally, Simon advises on residence and domicile planning and structuring both inbound and outbound. He also advises on the tax structuring of companies, including tax efficient exit strategies for business owners.
Simon has received an Advanced Diploma in International Taxation and holds honors as a Chartered Tax Advisor, and trust and estates practitioner.
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Average client size: £5 million - £25 million
Fixed fee offering: Yes - Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts
McDermott Will & Emery partners with leaders around the world to fuel missions, knock down barriers and shape markets. With 20+ locations on three continents, our team works seamlessly across practices, industries and geographies to deliver highly effective—and often unexpected—solutions that propel success. More than 1,100 lawyers strong, they bring their personal passion and legal prowess to bear in every matter for their clients and the people they serve.
Number of offices globally: More than 5
110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY
T: +44 20 7570 1460
F: +44 20 7577 6950
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1. Pre residence and domicile tax planning for UHNWI's
2. Remittance basis planning generally and having regard to changing tax legislation.
3. Tax planning prior to leaving the UK.
4. Advising and Structuring the purchase of UK residential and commercial property.
5. International tax planning for US citizens resident in the UK.