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The New Breed Of International Family
As fiduciary professionals, we are operating in a rapidly evolving world of international families and ownership structures; one where international regulation and compliance requirements become increasingly complex just as clients become more global in their outlook.
Guernsey
5 Aug 2019
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The Problem Facing Trustees In Identifying Beneficiaries In An Age Of Genetics
While it is commonly believed that the law of trusts dates back to the Middle Ages, the concept is far older and can be found in a number of cultures.
Guernsey
12 Sep 2018
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Changes To The Guernsey Maternity Leave And Adoption Leave Ordinance
Have you updated your staff handbook and procedures to reflect the new maternity and adoption provisions?
Guernsey
9 May 2016
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PTCs: Have Your Cake And Eat It Too
Angela Calnan of Collas Crill Guernsey elaborates on why Private Trust Companies are an ideal option for Middle Eastern entrepreneurs.
Guernsey
2 Jan 2015
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Pre-Nuptial Agreements: Wedding Bells Or Alarm Bells?
Entering into a marriage or civil partnership is one of life's greatest events but is also big business.
Guernsey
9 Jul 2014
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Family Rights Legislation Coming To Guernsey
Following the States of Guernsey's decision to introduce legislation dealing with family rights during the next 12 months, offshore law firm Carey Olsen's employment team has advised HR and business professionals on the various aspects of the legislation.
Guernsey
12 Feb 2014
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Strife After Death – Contesting A Will In Guernsey
A loved one dying can be a traumatic and difficult time. But disappointment and even resentment may replace sadness if those close to the deceased have not been provided for in their will.
Guernsey
3 May 2012
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Guernsey Trusts For Private Clients
Just over a year ago a survey illustrated that there were some 60,000 trusts administered in Guernsey. It is reasonable to assume that the largest proportion of these have been set up by private clients.
Guernsey
 
15 Nov 2005
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