Clare Ludlam is a senior professional support lawyer in the Private Client group and previously specialised in advising clients in relation to estate planning and taxation, wills and trusts, mental capacity matters, the administration of estates and charity law. Clare has experience of advising individuals, families and trustees in relation to a wide range of issues and both where the focus is principally in the UK and where there is a cross-border background. In particular, Clare has advised on personal wealth planning (including the succession of family businesses), matters requiring the involvement of the Court of Protection and post-death administration and planning (including art and heritage property).
|Since 2016||Senior Professional Support Lawyer, Taylor Wessing|
|2011 - 2016||Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2006||Admitted to the Bar, England and Wales|
|Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners|
News in brief - October 2020
作者 Becky Bailes 以及 Clare Ludlam
Extending HMRC's information gathering powers – should non-UK trustees be concerned?
Recent residential property tax changes: your questions answered
Property tax changes: Q&As
Pia Thress, Maître en Droit (Paris II)
Dr. Axel Godron
Prof. Dr. Jens Escher, LL.M.