Basically a business will apparantly sets out how a client intends for his business to continue after his death, leaving his business executors powers to be able to execute his intentions.
It would also stipulate who he wishes his share of the business to pass to.
The client in mind has combined his business will with his personal will.
As his will contained his intentions with regard his business we have always understood that this would be a business expense, either in whole or part but were wondering if anyone else has experience of this situation ?
Do you think costs would be allowable ?
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