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Navigating The Silver Split
Divorce for the older couple will no doubt become a hot topic once again in the wake of the Chancellor's 2016 autumn statement...
UK
10 Feb 2017
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Parental Responsibility: Is There Soon To Be A Change In The ‘Force'?
For unmarried fathers in Jersey, knowing what rights and responsibilities one has for one's children can be confusing. In the UK the situation is somewhat simpler:
Jersey
12 Oct 2016
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Easy Come, Easy Go - To What Extent Are Your Most Valued Assets Protected On Divorce?
What happens if your marriage is on the rocks and you receive a windfall? Does your soon to be ex-partner have a claim on this stroke of good fortune? How much of your partner’s pre-acquired wealth are you entitled to on divorce? The article highlights some real life examples.
Jersey
27 Feb 2012
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A Degree Of Certainty? Pre-Nups In Jersey
The recent spate of high profile, big money divorce cases appears to be creating a ripple effect among those wishing to avoid a similar experience.
Jersey
10 Dec 2008
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A Moment Of Harmony
The attitude of the English matrimonial courts to offshore trusts has long been laced with suspicion. It has not been unknown for offshore trusts to be used, traditionally by husbands, to place assets beyond the reach of their wives.
Jersey
10 Dec 2008
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Going Dutch With A Fixed Trust
In the recent case of In the Matter of the Turino Consolidated Ltd Retirement Trust [2008] JRC100, the Royal Court considered the variation of a fixed trust.
Jersey
10 Dec 2008
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The Incorporation Of Shari’a In Offshore Trusts
Recently, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, sparked a stormy debate when he appeared to suggest that some aspects of Shari'a law should be adopted in the United Kingdom, and that such adoption appeared to be unavoidable.
Bermuda
2 Jun 2008
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Three in a Marriage
It will often be the case for a trustee of a family trust that it is not only the husband and wife that are forced to make hard decisions when a marriage breaks down. One of the spouses will often wish to involve the trustee in negotiations or even proceedings in respect of the divorce, particularly where there is a suggestion that the other spouse is hiding assets in a trust, that the trust is a sham, or even if that is not the case, if the majority of the matrimonial assets are held in the tru
Jersey
8 Jun 2007
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