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Giambrone & Partners
The coronavirus crisis and the high level of fatalities have resulted in uncertainty and concern leaving many people recognising the urgent need to make a will.
Arnone & Sicomo
The expression amicable separation in Italy refers to cases in which two spouses reach an agreement on how to arrange their future property and non-property relations once their cohabitation ends.
Arnone & Sicomo
Cross-Border Divorce and Child Custody: all new 2020 regulations on Child Custody you should know in case of Cross-Border Divorce and Separation.
Arnone & Sicomo
Ciudadanía italiana por nacimiento de padres italianos o padres extranjeros.
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.
Giambrone & Partners
The care of minors, children under the age of majority, is considered to be of paramount importance to local authorities
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
With the entry into force of the Italian Legislative Decree no. 162/2014, both short and ordinary divorce procedures in Italy have become much quicker and easier.
Arnone & Sicomo
Italian trust fund and family trust: what are the differences between them? What is meant with revocation? You can find all answers and other information here.
Arnone & Sicomo
Italian Probate: all you need to know about inheritance, prescription period and acceptance deadlines.
Arnone & Sicomo
Divorce between Italian and foreign citizens in Italy: what happens to citizenship and residence permits in case of Separation or Divorce? Read here.
Boccadutri International Law Firm
Law n. 218/1995 of the Italian system of private international law rules on family relationships concerning separation and dissolution of marriage.
Giambrone & Partners
Divorce is possibly one of the most difficult things that individuals have to go through. The immense disruption caused by such issues as the separation of assets and the custody of any children...
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 recent High Court ruling in the divorce case involving Nasreen Akhtar and her husband, Mohammed Shabaz Khan, may very well open the door to number of similar cases where Muslim women...
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
Pre-nuptial agreements in various forms have been in existence in certain countries since ancient times. In modern times they have been widely acknowledged as valid across a number of...
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