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Boccadutri International Law Firm
European ruling, effective in all Member States, will regulate cross-border inheritances.
Giambrone & Partners
Graziano Cecchetti of Giambrone Law, attended a two day course in March 2014 entitled "Planning Cross-Border Successions" in Trier, Germany.
Italy
Giambrone & Partners
Inheriting a property abroad, especially in a country renowned for its climate, heritage and cuisine such as Italy is a very attractive prospect.
Arnone & Sicomo
Italian succession is based upon the Will, namely a revocable act, by which the Testator makes decisions on how his/her estate will be managed after his/her death (article 587 of the Italian Civil Code).
Giambrone & Partners
Every year there are a number of people in the UK with Italian heritage find themselves unexpectedly in possession
Withers LLP
Something is changing in Italy. Italian legislation concerning successions and marriages, which has always been resistant to reforms, could undergo major changes.
Arnone & Sicomo
Italian Probate: all you need to know about inheritance, prescription period and acceptance deadlines.
Giambrone & Partners
Inheriting a property in Italy sometimes comes as a complete surprise to UK citizens with Italian heritage.
Giambrone & Partners
UK citizens who own a property in Italy or Spain or any other country would be well advised to draw up a will related to the country or countries in which their assets reside to ensure that it is crystal clear ...
Giambrone & Partners
The beneficiaries of an Italian inheritance may find it a bittersweet advantage, for more than one reason.
Nctm Studio Legale
With the final judgement no. 3641/2018 the Italian Supreme Court has ruled on the creditor's right to undertake the clawback action against a family trust
Giambrone & Partners
Nobody likes thinking about it but it is important to draft a will. Family dynamics are very different now and less straightforward than in the past. Many factors have completely altered the way families are formed.
Jones Day
On November 25, 2015, the Italian data protection authority ("DPA") issued an opinion (source document in Italian) approving the communication of data to the Electronic Register for Last Will and Testament.
Withers LLP
The new Italian reporting rules affect both resident and non resident trusts, trustees, settlors, beneficiaries and foundations.
Withers LLP
The new Italian reporting rules affect both resident and non resident trusts, trustees, settlors, beneficiaries and foundations
Withers LLP
Italy was the first civil law country to ratify the Hague Trust Convention.
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