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Wills & Trusts Archive - November 2015

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Edwardian entails: what Downton Abbey can teach us about inheritance

When Patrick Crawley, the heir presumptive to the fictitious Downton Abbey, perished during the sinking of the Titanic, he initiated one of the most popular on-screen romances of the 21st century. His death meant that the titles of the Earl of Grantham and the estate of Downton passed to a distant cousin, Matthew Crawley, much to the ire of... Read More

Lucian Freud’s will and the secret trust

The celebrated painter Lucian Freud stated in his 1954 article ‘Some Thoughts on Painting’: "Whether it will convince or not, depends entirely on what it is in itself, what is there to be seen". However, following the artist’s death in July 2011, it would appear that it was not just Freud’s artwork which lay open to interpretation but also... Read More
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