Mondaq UK: Family and Matrimonial
Dixcart
As anti-avoidance legislation aimed at trusts, is increasing, people are looking for alternatives to protect a family's fortune.
Dixcart
The Dixcart Group has over forty-five years' experience in assisting clients to run and manage Family Offices.
Withers LLP
A living will is a document in which a person, whilst still mentally competent, gives directions as to what should happen if and when he or she becomes incapable of making decisions
Expatriate Law
The breakdown of a marriage can have dire consequences.
Withers LLP
What happens when, mid-proceedings, evidence comes to light that radically alters the landscape of a claim? And who pays the costs?
Withers LLP
A recent court battle which pitted brother against brother over the ownership of three properties and a classic car demonstrates how a simple declaration of trust can prevent misunderstandings
STA Law Firm
Marriage is a crucial part of the world around us, and for a large number of people, it will at some point become a point of consideration during one's life eventually.
Charles Russell Speechlys
The Ministry of Justice has today announced changes to divorce laws to "end the blame game"
Dixcart
The first presentation was from John Barnett on the future of trusts and the advantages that they offer.
Giambrone & Partners
The question of inheritance can unwittingly cause rifts and dissension within a family leading to legal challenges and in the worst case, a fractured family.
Giambrone & Partners
The long-anticipated changes to the divorce laws of England and Wales have taken a step closer with the announcement of a new divorce law which reforms the existing grounds for divorce...
Withers LLP
Assisted dying is a hotly debated topic.
Giambrone & Partners
The question of how and to whom you leave your estate must be properly thought through to avoid leaving a difficult situation behind you.
Withers LLP
The case of Kohli v Proles shows how the obscure concept of domicile can be a critical factor in inheritance disputes.
Withers LLP
A recent inheritance court battle pitted most of Mrs Chin's five daughters against father, brother and nephew. The daughters challenged a purported will leaving everything to their brother,
Giambrone & Partners
The matter has been returned to the Appeal Court in the hope that the original decision on jurisdiction will be overturned.
Expatriate Law
When a marriage has been short, contributions are more likely to be relevant in the context of determining the division of assets and determining what is and what is not matrimonial property.
Withers LLP
The importance of our children's mental health cannot be understated. In the UK, a recent NHS survey revealed that 1 in 8 of the 5 to 19 year olds surveyed met the criteria for at least one mental disorder at the time of interview.
Brodies LLP
The minimum contributions that employers and staff are to pay into automatic enrolment workplace pensions are to increase from 6 April 2019 (this does not apply to defined benefit pension schemes).
Anderson Strathern LLP
No-one enters a marriage intending or planning to separate, however when you find yourself in this position it can help to know what you should be thinking about when you embark on the divorce process
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STA Law Firm
Marriage is a crucial part of the world around us, and for a large number of people, it will at some point become a point of consideration during one's life eventually.
Withers LLP
A recent court battle which pitted brother against brother over the ownership of three properties and a classic car demonstrates how a simple declaration of trust can prevent misunderstandings
Expatriate Law
The breakdown of a marriage can have dire consequences.
Charles Russell Speechlys
The Ministry of Justice has today announced changes to divorce laws to "end the blame game"
Dixcart
The Dixcart Group has over forty-five years' experience in assisting clients to run and manage Family Offices.
Dixcart
As anti-avoidance legislation aimed at trusts, is increasing, people are looking for alternatives to protect a family's fortune.
Withers LLP
A living will is a document in which a person, whilst still mentally competent, gives directions as to what should happen if and when he or she becomes incapable of making decisions
Dixcart
The first presentation was from John Barnett on the future of trusts and the advantages that they offer.
Giambrone & Partners
The long-anticipated changes to the divorce laws of England and Wales have taken a step closer with the announcement of a new divorce law which reforms the existing grounds for divorce...
Expatriate Law
There is no facility by which to formally register a foreign divorce in England & Wales per se. However, a divorce that took place abroad will be valid in the jurisdiction of England & Wales if,
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