Jonathan Colclough

Jonathan Colclough

Jonathan Colclough is a partner at New Quadrant Partners, a boutique law firm, which he joined in 2014 as a partner. He advises both UK resident and international clients on UK tax, trust, estate and succession issues with a particular focus on international cross border matters for non-UK domiciled individuals (resident in the UK or elsewhere), offshore trustees and family offices. This includes developing or refining structures and strategies to preserve wealth and mitigate tax and succession implications. He also has experience in working alongside family lawyers to put pre-nuptial agreements in place which, where relevant, can endeavour to protect family trusts in the event of divorce.

Colclough  qualified as a lawyer in 2003 and is a member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) and has both the STEP Diploma and STEP Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients. He was named in the ‘Top 35 under 35’ in 2010 and 2011 by Private Client Practitioner and has received a STEP Excellence award. He is also a member of the International Association of Young Lawyers (IAJA). 

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Tax / Non dom taxes: getting to grips with rules effective April 2017

Sweeping reforms to non dom rules including the 15-year rule for deemed domicile and taxation of settlor-interested offshore trusts, will come into effect from April 2017, which will be tricky when it comes to tax planning, says Jonathan Colclough of New Quadrant Partners
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