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Brexit & Family Law Full SlidesDate: 26/11/2020 Type: Webinars Topic: HNW Divorce | Author: iFLG & Libra Avocats
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Brexit & Family Law Event AgendaDate: 25/11/2020 Type: Articles Reports Webinars Topic: HNW Divorce | Modern Family | Author: ThoughtLeaders4
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Chart Brexit - List of rules applicable in France after BrexitDate: 24/11/2020 Type: Articles Infographics Webinars Topic: HNW Divorce | Finances | Author: Delphine Eskenazi - Libra Avocats
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TL4 Cross-Over Case Study Overview for AttendeesDate: 18/11/2020 Type: Guide Case Study Topic: FIRE | HNW Divorce | Private Client | Author: ThoughtLeaders4
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EU laws continue until at least 2038 and beyondDate: 17/11/2020 Type: Articles Topic: HNW Divorce |
Author: Prof David Hodson OBE MICArb, iFLG
The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. But in matters of law it fully leaves on 31 December 2020. But EU laws will continue to apply, and be applied, in the English family courts from 1 January 2021 onwards, probably until 2038 and perhaps beyond. This fact is not much known, has not been widely publicised but is very relevant for those who wish to continue to rely on EU laws in their family affairs.
TL4 X-Over Case StudyDate: 12/11/2020 Type: ThoughtLeaders 4 Content Case Study Topic: FIRE | HNW Divorce | Private Client |
Case study outine for TL4 Virtual Community X-Over on 19 November 2020 is a unique virtual event bringing together HNW Divorce, FIRE and Private Client experts.
Cooking up a storm: The Privy Council’s decision in Webb v WebbDate: 09/11/2020 Type: Articles Topic: HNW Divorce | Finances | Private Client | Trusts | Author: Gemma Willingham, Luke Richardson and Gareth Roberts, Baker & McKenzie LLP
This follows our previous piece, Divorced from reality: Pugachev, Webb, and illusory trusts in divorce proceedings, which was published in the August 2020 edition.
On 3 August 2020 the Privy Council handed down its eagerly awaited Webb v Webb ( UKPC 22) judgment in the appeal from the Cook Islands. Its judgment grapples with several important issues, with perhaps the most eye-catching aspectRead more