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International bank's fine highlights importance of following procedures, warns Ogier partner

16/10/2018

International bank Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank was fined £25,000 for transferring the Jersey assets of a deceased client to a foreign ...

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Arizona man sentenced to prison after failing to report almost $10m offshore investment income

12/10/2018

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An Arizona man, who formerly resided in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, was sentenced in the US District Court for the District of ...

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A case of sour grapes?

09/10/2018

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Thomson Snell and Passmore partner Desmond O'Donnell explains why determining in which country a divorce should take place can sometimes be ...

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UK court rejects Unexplained Wealth Order challenge over multi-million pound property

04/10/2018

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A challenge against an Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) by a wealthy banker's wife has been dismissed by the high court, meaning ...

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ONS statistics reveal divorce rates are at their lowest since 1973

27/09/2018

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Divorce rates in 2017 were the lowest since 1973, with 101,669 divorces of opposite-sex couples in England and Wales, and 338 ...

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No Deal Brexit - No deal guidance for families

27/09/2018

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What will the consequences of a No Deal Brexit mean for warring families with intersts and connections in the EU, asks ...

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Referees 1 - 0 HMRC

19/09/2018

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English football referees have won a First Tier Tribunal case against HMRC's attempt to classify them as employees rather than self-employed ...

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Brexit could cause heartache for families latest UK no deal planning papers reveal

14/09/2018

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The UK Government's latest no deal planning papers could cause heartache for families as it warns those with ongoing cases to ...

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Recent frauds lead SRA to urge law firms to check credentials of potential new partners

12/09/2018

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Solicitors have been urged by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to make sure that the credentials of people approaching their firm ...

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UK to launch consultation on 'no-fault' divorces

11/09/2018

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The UK Ministry of Justice is to begin a consultation on the introduction of 'no fault' divorces following a series of ...

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