Isle of Man opens consultation proposing draft regulations introducing civil penalties
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority has issued a consultation paper seeking views on the introduction of civil penalties for ...
Autumn Budget brought forward to late October as Brexit looms large
The UK Government has announced that it will publish its next Budget on Monday 29 October 2018
ONS statistics reveal divorce rates are at their lowest since 1973
Divorce rates in 2017 were the lowest since 1973, with 101,669 divorces of opposite-sex couples in England and Wales, and 338 ...
No Deal Brexit - No deal guidance for families
What will the consequences of a No Deal Brexit mean for warring families with intersts and connections in the EU, asks ...
Lasting powers of attorney law added to Jersey's legal framework
A new piece of legislation introducing lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) to Jersey has been added to the island's legal framework, ...
UAE offers expat retirees long-term residence visa as part of growth push
United Arab Emirates based expats are to be allowed to stay for longer after retirement, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ...
Jersey approves new LLC legislation
Recently published Jersey legislation that enables the establishment of Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) could significantly enhance pan-Atlantic business with the US, ...
Modernisation of Swiss inheritance law: Greater freedom for the testator
The Swiss Federal Council has adopted a message addressed to the Swiss parliament with the aim of "adapting Swiss inheritance law ...
Brexit could cause heartache for families latest UK no deal planning papers reveal
The UK Government's latest no deal planning papers could cause heartache for families as it warns those with ongoing cases to ...
UK to launch consultation on 'no-fault' divorces
The UK Ministry of Justice is to begin a consultation on the introduction of 'no fault' divorces following a series of ...