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Protect your Foreign Bequests, leave a Will not a Muddle

We live in an ever reducing global environment where “abroad” is no longer an unknown fantasy, more than ever before individuals are acquiring assets overseas, often in different parts of the world.   Also, marriages are crossing...

The Legal Implication of a Skiing Accident should always be considered

  Many thousands of people enjoy holidaying on the ski slopes, choosing to ski in the mountains of France and Italy each year.  The vast majority of tourists will have a wonderful experience and plan to return another year; unfortunately for some...

Italian Cross-border Inheritance, what must be done

Every year there are many people in the UK that find that they have inherited a property in Italy from a distant relative about which they had no idea. Whilst you may be fully aware of your Italian birthright you may be less certain about absolutely all ...

Gain the Compensation you Deserve for an Accident on Holiday you did not Cause

The vast majority of people who go abroad on holiday return home with wonderful memories of either a country that is new to them or is a well-liked holiday spot.  Over 65 million visits abroad are undertaken by British people each year, two-thirds of...

Post Brexit EU Employment Law, MPs to be given a Vote

The Prime Minister confirmed that MPs will have a vote on any future rules that the EU introduces in connection with workers’ rights following Brexit.  She reaffirmed that the government were committed to maintaining high standards of employment...

The Government must Re-think its Immigration Red Tape Burden for British Business

The government’s immigration proposals, outlined in its White Paper, would see European workers having to obtain a sponsored visa from their employers, have not been well received by businesses, business groups or politicians.  It has been...

Brexit and the Evolving Damage Limitation Strategies

Brexit concern appears to be gathering rather than abating with leaked strategies and frantic efforts by Mrs. May to seem to be completely confident that she will get a better deal; in which case why did she not get a better deal the first time around? ...

Changes in the Financial Regulations to tackle Fraudsters and Scammers

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has revealed the latest figures on the level of investment scams in the UK in 2018.  The report draws on nearly 7,000 reports during 2018 together with information from Action Fraud.   The report shows...

Cross-border Divorce in the English Courts for Foreign Nationals

Divorce is never easy and many people stay in a marriage in the hope that it will work out often waiting until their late forties before taking the step.  It is well known that a new year proves to be the tipping point, especially with the more complex...

Sardinia, where to buy your Holiday Home

Sardinia, where to buy your Holiday Home The white sand beaches and crystal clear sea together with the culture and cuisine have been the magnets drawing foreign buyers looking for holiday homes on this fascinating island for decades.  Sardinia is...
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