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Proskauer Rose LLP
The June Section 7520 rate for use with estate planning techniques such as CRTs, CLTs, QPRTs and GRATs is 3.6%, an increase from the May rate of 3.0%.
Guernsey
Collas Crill
The States of Guernsey has published legislation introducing what is commonly known as "no fault divorce", as well as other practical and procedural changes to the divorce process.
Jersey
Preston Legal
Private Client Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Jersey, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Ogier
Jersey is one of the primary jurisdictions for the structuring of investment funds. It is also a popular jurisdiction for the establishment of carried interest vehicles...
Ocorian
What is a letter of wishes, what are the benefits of having one, and why should they be kept updated? Global Head of Private Clients, Nick Cawley explains.
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RWK Goodman
In her second article on the legal questions prompted by the recent TV series THE SPLIT Jayne Martins, a Partner in our family team, examines the obligations on a lawyer when she knows more about the facts..
RWK Goodman
In this third and final instalment on my observations of Series 3 of the hit divorce drama, The Split, I take a look, at what the show got right – and maybe not quite!
Harrison Drury Solicitors
In many divorce cases, the two largest assets are the family home and the parties' pensions. Pension funds are a shareable asset which can be divided between you and your spouse...
DMH Stallard
When two people have a child and then sadly separate or divorce, parents can worry about what will happen with arrangements for the children. In most cases parents can agree between themselves...
Ellis Jones
This is a question often asked by clients and, in view of the recent pandemic, something which a lot of clients say they, and their family, wish that they had made sooner.
McDermott Will & Emery
Private Client Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of UK, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Withers LLP
When creating new trust structures, it's important that settlors do not retain so much power that they make themselves and their trust vulnerable.
Harrison Drury Solicitors
Previously, when applying for a divorce, there was a requirement to establish one of five facts to prove that the marriage has irretrievably broken down (for example, due to the other party's adultery or behaviour, ...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Benjamin Franklin famously said that in this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes. Trustees of pension schemes and death in service trusts frequently find themselves dealing with both – often at the same time.
Withers LLP
It is now possible to file divorce proceedings on the basis of one party being domiciled in England, regardless of their spouse's nationality or domicile.
Giambrone & Partners
Most people look forward to their retirement, it should be the most relaxing period of your life. Worldwide travel has opened up far more destinations and opportunities...
Gorvins Solicitors
None of us want to face the idea that our faculties may potentially fail us one day, and so many people put off thinking about such topics as making a Will or Lasting Power of Attorney until perhaps it is too late.
Withers LLP
The founder of a global corporation is declining in health. His ambitious children, scheming wife and an array of other relatives and advisers are jostling for position.
Withers LLP
When Steve Bing died in 2020, his then 18-year-old son, Damian Hurley, stood to inherit an estimated $250 million. The money was from a trust set up by Bing's father, a New York property entrepreneur...
Osbornes Law
Non-domiciled status has been high on the news agenda in recent weeks following the revelations of the tax affairs of the UK chancellor's wife, Akshata Murty.
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