Everyone should execute a Power of Attorney ("Power"), an adaptable legal tool that helps you to plan for the future.
This Guide has been produced as an aid to those seeking general information with respect to Wills and estate planning in Bermuda.
If you have young children, it is important that you make provision for their upbringing and care in the event of your death, by appointing a guardian.
Colloquially, the term ‘common law marriage’ is used to describe the relationship of a man and a woman who live together as husband and wife without having gone through a legal ceremony of marriage.
Recent decades have witnessed the demise of the traditional and tangible, and the extensive evolution of the "digital age".
Previously in the case of "In the matter of the representation of the Sanne Trust Company Limited", the Royal Court held that steps may be taken to protect the identity of minors and the privacy of the trust arrangements.
This is an English High Court (Family Division) case involving a Jersey proper law trust whereby Mostyn J examined the treatment of a Jersey trust in divorce proceedings.
We are all aware of how the recession has affected global, local and our own personal finances.
Unmarried couples frequently buy property to be their joint home.
Marriage contracts usually take a standard format, however special conditions may be added into marriage contracts.
There are specific rights designated to Husband and Wife under Shariah Law.
Sadly a great number of children are abandoned in the United Arab Emirates each year.
The family business is one of the most dominant and enduring forms of business organisations in the world.
The vast deserts, the bustling cities, and the enormous skyscrapers of the United Arab Emirates eclipse the comprehensivelegal system that accounts for the everyday workings of daily life.
In this day and age, with easy access to travel, parental child abduction has become increasingly widespread. Parents forum shop for the perfect place in order to the keep their child.
Many family law cases in the United Arab Emirates follow Federal Law No. 28 of the year 2005 (UAE Personal Affairs Law), to which I will be referring to in this blog, to determine which parent is awarded custody.
Custody laws in the United Arab Emirates are mainly transcribed in Federal Law No. 28 of the year 2005 (UAE Personal Affairs Law), and I will refer to these articles in covering the Court’s discretion in family law issues.
A discussion on the longer term trends in different investments and what history tells us about the likely future projections from investing in equities over the long term.
Most wealthy individuals with an international lifestyle face, to a greater or lesser extent, two potential hazards when it comes to planning for succession.
The Supreme Court has recently handed down its much anticipated judgment in the case of Jones v Kernott  UKSC 53.