Barlow, King and King applies a practical approach to a subject which forms a large part of the work of many solicitors. It deals comprehensively with tax considerations, the substantive law and also covers in detail drafting, probate practice and procedure. With its precedents, examples of frequently used forms and worked examples, it presents a clear, practical picture of the operation of the law. This edition has been fully updated to take account of the latest developments in the law including the Trustee Act 2000. Where relevant, changes in practice resulting from the Civil Procedure Rules 1999 are integrated into the text. It also includes a wealth of case law such as Re Woolnough and IRC v Eversden.