New powers for UK police and prosecuting authorities to access data held overseas
Legislation giving police and prosecutors the power to obtain faster access to electronic data held overseas has now become UK law
Switzerland to open its doors to British citizens if UK crashes out of EU with no deal
Switzerland's Federal Council has signalled its intentions to safeguard its close bilateral relations with the United Kingdom after Brexit. At its ...
Instructions for a Will: The conflict of interest issue
Wedlake Bell's Ann Stanyer looks at conflicts of interest in Will drafting in the context of taking instructions from couples at ...
How a no deal Brexit could impact divorce
Leaving the European Union (EU) with no deal could result in a divorce no longer being recognised in other EU member ...
'Death tax' scrapes through committee
The UK government's plans to increase probate fees to as much as £6,000 have been approved narrowly following a committee hearing ...
No fault divorce set to become law in the UK
Legislation to introduce no-fault divorce in the UK is set to be introduced to parliament in the spring by Justice Minister ...
JFSC joins global financial innovation network
The Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) has signaled its intention to support financial innovation by joining the Global Financial Innovation Network ...
FCA agrees no-deal Brexit MoUs with ESMA and EU regulators
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has agreed Memoranda of Understandings (MoUs) with ESMA and EU regulators, in the event of the ...
UK Government outlines no-deal Brexit arrangements for EEA citizens
The British government has outlined how it plans to treat EU citizens, other EEA nationals and Swiss nationals arriving in the ...
Unexplained Wealth Orders: Could you comply?
London has long been a destination of choice for wealthy families looking to relocate or simply to invest in prime real ...