Mondaq All Regions - Cayman Islands: Family and Matrimonial
Broadhurst LLC
Matrimonial property is broadly defined as "property acquired during marriage".
Broadhurst LLC
A will is a document in writing that sets out your instructions as to how your estate (property, money, assets) are to be divided. In the Cayman Islands wills are governed by the Wills Law...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
To say the very least, matrimonial disputes can be a trying and traumatic state of affairs for all involved
Walkers
When a deceased individual has died holding Cayman Islands assets in their individual name, such as shares in a Cayman Islands company, the Succession Law (2006 Revision) of the Cayman Islands provides that ...
McGrath Tonner
In the wake of the Supreme Court's clarification of these issues, it is anticipated that parents may now be more likely to engage in negotiation and mediation to resolve child disputes of an international nature.
McGrath Tonner
On 14th October 2015, the UK Supreme Court handed down judgment in the two cases of Sharland v Sharland and Gohil v Gohil.
Higgs and Johnson
The treatment of trusts in divorce proceedings has become increasingly important since the landmark decision of the House of Lords in White v White.
McGrath Tonner
"Prenuptial agreements: they aren’t worth the paper they’re written on in Cayman."
Solomon Harris
As a Testator, you are not going to be around to put the record straight on your ability to make your Will.
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Walkers
When a deceased individual has died holding Cayman Islands assets in their individual name, such as shares in a Cayman Islands company, the Succession Law (2006 Revision) of the Cayman Islands provides that ...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
To say the very least, matrimonial disputes can be a trying and traumatic state of affairs for all involved
Broadhurst LLC
A will is a document in writing that sets out your instructions as to how your estate (property, money, assets) are to be divided. In the Cayman Islands wills are governed by the Wills Law...
McGrath Tonner
On 14th October 2015, the UK Supreme Court handed down judgment in the two cases of Sharland v Sharland and Gohil v Gohil.
McGrath Tonner
In the wake of the Supreme Court's clarification of these issues, it is anticipated that parents may now be more likely to engage in negotiation and mediation to resolve child disputes of an international nature.
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