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Ogier Sponsors The Launch Of 80 New Businesses In The Channel Islands Student Business Challenge
There are eighty teams of students, aged 11 – 16, participating in the popular scheme and each team is supported by a mentor from Barclays, EY, Ogier or Sure who will help equip them with skills
Jersey
7 Feb 2019
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Appleby Sponsors Build Of An Outdoor Kitchen At Samares School
The kitchen is the first of its kind and brings together Caring Cooks' Kitchen Garden Project and Let's Get Cooking Programme in the outdoors.
Jersey
23 Jan 2019
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57 New Businesses Launched In Guernsey And Jersey As Channel Islands Student Business Challenge 2016 Kicks Off
The Channel Islands Student Business Challenge, jointly run by Ogier, Barclays, EY, and Sure, kicked off last week with launch events for participating students in Guernsey and Jersey.
Jersey
19 Jan 2016
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Can I Get A Divorce?
Collas Crill family lawyer Alison Brown looks at how Islanders can get divorced.
Jersey
22 May 2012
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Guidelines For Making A Will: Jersey Residents
Assets can be classified as either immovables (real estate): land, freehold property, leases of over nine years; or movables (personal estate): cash in your bank accounts, shares (including shares in share transfer properties), units in unit trusts, jewellery etc.
Jersey
3 May 2012
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Easy Come, Easy Go - To What Extent Are Your Most Valued Assets Protected On Divorce?
What happens if your marriage is on the rocks and you receive a windfall? Does your soon to be ex-partner have a claim on this stroke of good fortune? How much of your partner’s pre-acquired wealth are you entitled to on divorce? The article highlights some real life examples.
Jersey
27 Feb 2012
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Don’t Just Plan The Wedding, Plan Your Future
With all the excitement, happiness and work that a wedding entails, it’s not surprising that few of us take the extra steps of planning for the future. For example, how will your finances get unravelled if the relationship breaks down or if one of you dies?
Jersey
9 Feb 2012
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Is It Possible To Protect Against The Costs Of Future Residential Care Home Fees?
When contemplating old age many of us are concerned about the cost of care home fees and of being forced to sell our homes to meet the costs. Giving your property to your children now may seem like an attractive option, but is it?
Jersey
9 Feb 2012
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Wills Should Still Be On The Agenda For Same Sex Couples
Jersey’s new civil partnership law will not replace the need for same sex couples to prepare wills to safeguard their inheritance.
Jersey
9 Feb 2012
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Property Rights For Unmarried Cohabitants
The Supreme Court of England & Wales recently affirmed in Jones v Kernott [2011] UKSC 53 the principles upon which the Courts in England & Wales may determine the beneficial interests of unmarried couples in their family home.
Jersey
19 Jan 2012
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Prenuptial Agreements, "All That I Have I Share With You - Subject To Contract"
A Prenuptial Agreement was the subject of the recent English Supreme Court decision in the case of Radmacher v Granatino, generating great media interest. What does it mean for couples contemplating marriage in Jersey?
Jersey
19 Jan 2012
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Families Coping With Dementia – When A Curatorship Becomes Essential
According to research more than 750,000 people in the UK suffer with dementia and it’s estimated that by 2021 this figure will increase to over 2 million.
Jersey
7 Dec 2011
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Hope For The Best But Prepare For The Worst – How To Preserve Family Wealth
Preservation of wealth – current and future – is not usually high on the agenda (or on it at all) in the romantic froth of wedding preparations.
Jersey
7 Dec 2011
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Cohabitation Agreements For Unmarried Couples
Many couples choose to enjoy a relationship without the legal bond of marriage, and spend any number of years living together in property that is either jointly owned or owned in the name of one of the parties, often for reasons such as the lack of Jersey housing qualifications.
Jersey
23 Jun 2011
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US Dodd-Frank Act - The Impact Of The US Dodd-Frank Act On Fund Advisors And Managers
The impact of the US Dodd-Frank Act on Fund Advisors and Managers.
Jersey
31 Mar 2011
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Buyer Be Faintly Cautious
The old Latin maxim caveat emptor (buyer beware) states the English common law position relating to the sale of goods and the supply of services.
Jersey
12 Jan 2010
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Supply Of Goods And Services
The Supply of Goods and Services (Jersey) Law 200- (the "Law") was recently approved by the States of Jersey legislature (the "States") and is expected to come into force in September.
Jersey
6 Jan 2010
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A Degree Of Certainty? Pre-Nups In Jersey
The recent spate of high profile, big money divorce cases appears to be creating a ripple effect among those wishing to avoid a similar experience.
Jersey
10 Dec 2008
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A Moment Of Harmony
The attitude of the English matrimonial courts to offshore trusts has long been laced with suspicion. It has not been unknown for offshore trusts to be used, traditionally by husbands, to place assets beyond the reach of their wives.
Jersey
10 Dec 2008
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Going Dutch With A Fixed Trust
In the recent case of In the Matter of the Turino Consolidated Ltd Retirement Trust [2008] JRC100, the Royal Court considered the variation of a fixed trust.
Jersey
10 Dec 2008
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