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Lucy Eldridge

Partner

Private Client

lucy.eldridge@blickrothenberg.com

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+4420 7544 8798

I enjoy working with families and their advisors to ensure that the objectives of the family are met. For me, it is important that any advice is tailored and specific to the client, works for the family and provides practical solutions.

I joined Blick Rothenberg in May 2019 and have been advising private clients for more than 15 years on all aspects of their personal UK tax affairs, including inheritance tax and succession issues.  The majority of my clients and their families are international and so I have extensive experience advising non-UK resident and/or non-UK domiciled individuals, as well as the trustees of their trusts and other family structures.  I help clients plan for the future, but also assist clients with any historic issues that may need addressing.

I enjoy working with families and their advisors to ensure that the objectives of the family are met.  For me, it is important that any advice is tailored and specific to the client, works for the family and provides practical solutions.  I help clients to navigate the increasingly complex tax legislation and hope to take away the burden of this.

Specialist areas

  • Succession planning
  • Residence and domicile issues
  • UK and non-UK trusts
  • UK taxation of foundations and other non-UK entities
  • Separation and divorce
  • Property tax

Qualifications and positions of note

  • Chartered Tax Advisor (CIOT)
  • Fellow Chartered Accountant (ICAEW)

I am based at

Covent Garden

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Insights

Taxpayers who owe money to HMRC hit hard with higher interest but left short again with repayments 17 May 2022

Taxpayers who owe money to HMRC hit hard with higher interest but left short again with repayments

An increase on interest paid to HMRC for late payment of taxes will hit taxpayers and their bills could grow very quickly.

25 February 2022

The Government will use HMRC and its systems to investigate and issue unexplained wealth orders as the war in Ukraine continues

Unexplained wealth orders could be a huge asset as it seeks to put pressure on the Russian Government to address money laundering concerns in the UK.

13 January 2022

Remittance basis taxpayers and loans which are used in the UK

HMRC have updated their manuals on the UK tax treatment of loans that have been made to individuals on the remittance basis of taxation.