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Coleman Greig Lawyers
In many family law property settlements, there may be taxation or duty consequences that neither spouse has considered.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Employers need to manage risks of family and domestic violence, in the traditional workplace and when working from home.
Cooper Grace Ward
When you and your ex-partner agree about financial issues, there are at least two ways to document a property settlement.
Cooper Grace Ward
Not all family law matters can be determined via arbitration, so parties should consider if the issues are appropriate.
The court will always focus on the best interests of the children as opposed to the rights of the parents to see their children.
Cooper Grace Ward
A carefully drafted financial agreement (also called a prenup) can be useful for a spouse wanting to protect their wealth.
Cooper Grace Ward
Some things you should consider for your Will, and the life events that indicate you should review your Will.
Cooper Grace Ward
Having an up to date enduring power of attorney is important for everyone, especially people who are members of an SMSF.
Lawson Lundell LLP
In February 2020, we published the third in a series of articles that explore the value of family offices for high-net-worth Chinese families. In this fourth article...
Lawson Lundell LLP
Hong Kong
Hong Kong has one of the highest percentage of expatriate populations in the world.
Not everyone can get divorced in Hong Kong. Section 3 of the Matrimonial Causes Ordinance (Cap 179) sets out when the Hong Kong Court has jurisdiction over divorce proceedings
Khaitan & Co
The Supreme Court in its judgment dated 19 May 2020 in Kavita Kanwar -v- Mrs. Pamela Mehta & Ors [Civil Appeal No. 3688 of 2017] reiterated the law surrounding suspicious circumstances surrounding a Will in probate cases.
Vimadalal & Co.
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, in V. Kalyanaswamy (Dead) by Legal Heirs v/s. L. Bakthavatsalam (Dead) by Legal Heirs, had the occasion to revisit the legal principles of proving ...
Factum Law
In the scheme of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, properties classified as ancestral or joint family property ("coparcenary property") are subject to the shares of the members of the family...
Khaitan & Co
A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court (SC), vide its judgment dated 5 June 2020 passed in Shakti Bhog Food Industries Limited v The Central Bank of India & Anr...
The Law Point
Laws of Succession relate to legal principles of distribution of assets of a deceased individual.
Dhaval Vussonji & Associates
The very important aspects of Hindu Law relating to their Personal Law is still uncodified, the most important being the concept of Joint Family, Hindu Undivided Family, the HUF Property, the customs prevailing ...
Rajani Associates
With a Will, the testator can bequeath his entire estate as per his wishes and absolute discretion...
Rajani Associates
As part of the settlement agreement for a divorce, a lump sum of ₹25 lakh is to be given to the wife ( ₹12.5 lakh has already been given at the time of the first motion in July 2019).
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