International and cross-border private client

Recent Features and Opinion

Nicole Gallop Mildon

Back to basics: European cross-border estates

2020-05-12T00:00:00+01:00By ,

Álvaro Aznar Azcárate and Nicole Gallop Mildon present a series of questions and answers for English solicitors dealing with estate administrations in France, Spain, Italy and Portugal

Alberto Perez Cedillo

Over the border

2020-05-12T00:00:00+01:00By

Alberto Perez Cedillo reviews the 2020 Private Client Section Cross border conference, held in March at Chancery Lane

Alberto Perez Cedillo

DAC in the game

2020-02-13T00:00:00+00:00By

A new European directive seeks to boost transparency and to tackle what it sees as aggressive cross-border tax planning, by placing reporting obligations on intermediaries and taxpayers. Alberto Perez Cedillo explains

Place in the sun - beach house next to sea

A place in the sun

2020-02-13T00:00:00+00:00By

Angharad Lynn looks at the issues involved when succession planning for clients with homes abroad

Alberto Perez Cedillo

On the borders

2019-05-14T00:00:00+01:00By

Alberto Perez Cedillo presents his highlights of this year’s Private Client Section Cross border conference

Matrimonial property regimes - house inside a wedding ring

Regime change

2019-02-12T00:00:00+00:00By ,

Many European countries have marital property regimes which govern the ownership of property between spouses. While there are no such regimes in the UK, new EU regulations will still affect British couples with property abroad. Nicole Gallop Mildon and Álvaro Aznar Azcárate explain

Dan Harris

Back to basics: Drafting wills for overseas jurisdictions

2018-11-06T00:08:00+00:00By

Daniel Harris recaps the main legal issues affecting the writing of wills to cover cross-border assets

annie bouch

Domicile effect

2018-02-16T14:39:00+00:00By

Government proposals for the taxation of non-domiciled individuals who have been long-term UK residents have been scrapped, reversed and postponed, leading to a whirlwind of changes taking effect retrospectively from 6 April 2017. Annie Bouch outlines some of the key changes

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