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To help practitioners advise clients on restructuring estates, Post-Death Rearrangements: Practice and Precedents is an essential text which enables practitioners to devise effective solutions to practical problems and properly satisfy clients' requirements. Already established as an extremely useful manual, this book offers detailed tax planning advice combined with extensive precedent material. The author Matthew Hutton, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and a former practising solicitor, has substantially expanded the work's coverage (including the precedents) to maximise its practical use, and has brought it completely up-to-date to reflect case law and changes in practice since the last edition. New chapters have been added on the family home and on the possibilities of future legislative change. Post-Death Rearrangements: Practice and Precedents enables users to locate the relevant case law and legislation easily and quickly. Practitioners will find the book invaluable as an aid to drafting since it contains not only full specimen clauses but also precedents covering the widest range of deeds, variations and will clauses. The narrative includes practical example