Liz Braude
Liz Braude is Head of the Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning team at Pannone LLP.

In addition to having built up an acknowledged expertise and lengthy caseload in broad areas of the law relating to her discipline, she has developed particular specialties, such as succession planning for businesses.

A media commentator and lecturer to other private client solicitors, her advice is sought out by high net worth individuals, including leading entrepreneurs and entertainment figures. Her client roster also features people preparing Lasting Powers of Attorney and parents of children with special needs requiring guidance about estate planning.

Liz is a member of the highly regarded Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and recently completed a post-graduate diploma in Notarial Practice at Cambridge University.

Entries by Liz Braude

Value of Briton's Unclaimed and Heirless Estates Doubles in a Year

(11) Comments | Posted 16 May 2013 | (09:04)

Some among us are frequently heard to promise to get around to pressing tasks "tomorrow".

Whether it's the gardening, washing the car or attending to domestic paperwork, there always seem to be bigger and more immediate priorities to attend to.

Quite often, tomorrow never comes. That can be gleaned by...

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When Personal Admin Means Fewer Headaches Not More

(0) Comments | Posted 14 November 2012 | (08:41)

For some years now, businesses have talked about the objective of creating 'paper-free offices'.

However, whilst the push to store documents digitally has cleared desks and freed up filing space in the office, at home things are generally somewhat different.

Most of us still rely on printed or written documents...

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Small Bequests and big Family Feuds

(0) Comments | Posted 14 October 2011 | (00:00)

The death of a family member can be a terrible and very emotional experience.

Regardless of the age of the person who has died, their relatives can be left feeling rather raw. Given such circumstances, it is not surprising to find that sometimes emotions can get the better of people...

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