Andrew is a Partner in the Private Wealth team at Osborne Clarke, specialising in all aspects of personal tax and estate planning, in particular trusts, the structuring of family wealth and related litigation.
Andrew regularly acts for multinational families and entrepreneurs requiring help with personal taxes as well as asset protection, intergenerational succession and family governance arrangements. He also advises professional trustees in Jersey, Guernsey, Switzerland and the Cayman Islands in relation to new trusts, variations of all kinds and the proper exercise of their duties. His practice covers the wide spectrum of advice required by the international client including bespoke trust and investment holding structures, family offices and charities.
Andrew is described in Chambers & Partners as “rated ‘enormously highly’ by interviewees, who are impressed by his intellectual ability and efficiency”. In 2010 Andrew was included in The Lawyer’s prestigious ‘Hot 100’ list.
Andrew studied law at University College London, qualifying at the Chancery Bar before converting to become a solicitor in 2001. Andrew joined Osborne Clarke in 2015 from Taylor Wessing.
Andrew Goodman is very calm and measured. Technically excellent and easy to deal with."
Spring Budget 2023 | What tax measures were announced?
Spring Budget 2023 | What tax measures can the UK expect?
Jersey Property Unit Trusts may now need to be on HMRC's trust register
HMRC is to press ahead with implementation of UK mandatory disclosure rules
Autumn Statement 2022 | What tax measures were announced?
Autumn statement 2022 | What tax measures can the UK expect?
UK government U-turns on package of tax cutting measures
Emergency fiscal event announces a package of tax cutting measures
Fund managers may urgently need to register express trusts with HMRC
The deadline to sign up is imminent, with exclusions unlikely to apply for trusts set up by Limited Partnership Agreements