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When you hear the word "foundation" your immediate correlation is probably "charity."
When someone with property in the Bahamas passes away the estate's assets must be distributed.  The process of Bahamian estate administration depends on the existence of a Bahamian will.
Our clients ask about it all the time: forced heirship. Understanding what it is and how to plan accordingly is a critical part of succession planning.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
The Bahamas Financial Services Board attended the annual Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Caribbean Conference in Bridgetown, Barbados May 7th -9th under the theme "Fast Forward ...
Higgs & Johnson
The modern trust and estate practitioner has a wealth of vehicles at his/her disposal, each with varying degrees of sophistication, to address the needs of both international and local clients.
Higgs & Johnson
Mental capacity in its basic form is the ability to make a decision and the loss thereof can happen to any one of us at any time.
Higgs & Johnson
In order to distribute or take possession of a deceased person’s property situated in The Bahamas a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration must be obtained from the Bahamian Courts.
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