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The laws in the UK may be different than those from your home country.

Unlike many other countries, the UK does not have a single constitutional document. The UK has an "unwritten" constitution made up of written documents, statutes, court judgements and treaties. It also has other sources of unwritten sources including parliamentary conventions and royal prerogatives.

It is therefore crucial that you get advice from lawyers who have together with a solid UK knowledge also an international perspective whether you are applying for a visa, seeking employment advice, looking to get advice on inheritance rules including unravelling tax rules in two or more countries, or ensuring your income and capital are structured effectively.

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