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What steps should my family take to communicate the event of my death or incapacity?
The sudden demise or death of a family member is extremely distressing. What steps should you take?
Where do I start? Practical points to consider for a family charter
A family charter is not a legal document but sits alongside the legal documents you will have regarding your assets and business interests.
“Step parents” and their partners’ children
What happens to the children if the natural parent dies and what is my position as a step parent?
DAC 6: six types of ambiguity
EU Council Directive ('DAC 6') was passed in May 2018 and has been incorporated into UK law by the International Tax Enforcement Regulations
Lockdown Lowdown (Part 2)
This is the second part of our series dealing with novel legal issues that arise around lockdown.
UK Property Market Update – 13 May 2020
As countries around the world are easing their lock-down restrictions, the housing market is re-starting in England.
Where there’s a Will there’s a Way: New Zealand taking steps to legally manage COVID
The past few weeks have seen countries react in different ways to the usually simple act of making a will.
Powers of Attorney: Cross-border considerations
Powers of attorney (PoA) have existed for centuries, as a useful mechanism of delegating powers to others
Your 2019 Geneva Tax Declaration : 5 Tips
Within the context of the Covid-19 health crisis, the cantonal tax authorities have adopted certain measures regarding tax returns.
COVID-19 pushes the government to gift time, lend money and provide clarity
The government has announced measures to ease the financial burden for businesses and individuals in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Lockdown Lowdown (Part 1): What Trusted Advisors Need to Know
The question for trusted advisors is how to go about “business as usual” in the current environment