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Giambrone & Partners
How the UK will finally leave Europe will define the way cross-border divorce cases are dealt with in the future. The spectre of a no-deal Brexit is closer than ever and the consequences...
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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
When preparing a will many people rightly spend a lot of time thinking about who they want to benefit financially on their death.
DMH Stallard
With the government recently announcing the biggest decline in employment since the 2009 recession and with many businesses set to fail due to the pandemic how will this affect...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
A notable exception lies in the murky doctrine of mutual Wills, which can future-proof a Will and make it last a lifetime.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
Going through the breakdown of a relationship is emotionally difficult for all involved. Various stages in the process affect parties differently. One particular stage that can be challenging
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
This summer, the Government announced that it would revise its Wills legislation in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) and from 28 September 2020 the necessary legislation
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
There is nothing like a global pandemic to make us think about our own mortality.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
Working in what can often be a highly contentious area of the law, it does make a pleasant change to get a call from a client who advises that they have agreed how to divide their assets.
The Sovereign Group
These are unusual times. Many are working from home and have more time on their hands than anticipated. But the title refers to using this time productively ...
Withers LLP
In this podcast, we look at sibling rivalries in family businesses. Our host and head of the family office practice, Ivan Sacks, talks to Lou Mezzullo...
Giambrone & Partners
Once the Brexit transition period ends at 11.00 pm on 31 December 2020 there will be a number of significant changes in how new cross-border divorce and child proceedings will be treated.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Following the article on what happens with a property in Switzerland on the death of its owner in the UK, this article discusses the concrete steps to be taken abroad and in Switzerland.
Wrigleys Solicitors
This is an attempt to make it easier for people to record their final wishes whilst continuing to protect the elderly and the vulnerable.
Butcher & Barlow
It has long been thought that these "grounds" are out of step with current society and often couples wish to separate where no one is at fault. In many countries, no fault divorce is available
Giambrone & Partners
Divorce is nearly always a distressing process and if a business is involved fairly dividing the assets can become complex.
Rollits LLP
Making a Will is something most of us don't see as a priority. It's so easy to keep putting getting your affairs in order off, or to the bottom of an ever growing list of commitments to family, ...
Withers LLP
In addition to focusing on safety and cash flow during the COVID-19 pandemic, family business owners must be mindful of the upcoming November election and the likely impact of the results...
Butcher & Barlow
Long awaited, temporary legislation allowing the signing of Wills in England and Wales to be witnessed by video conferencing has come in to effect.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
This means that no fault divorces will finally be an option available to divorcing couples from Autumn 2021.
DMH Stallard
Everyone has heard of the perils of contentious probate; a disgruntled family member, perhaps even someone you have not had any contact with for several years
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