Private Client: Marriage guidance
With more and more couples marrying across jurisdictions, the problems that arise when such unions break down are diverse. Even the ability of spouses to contractually regulate the dissolution of their ties varies between countries, as Joshua Rubenstein observes
For better or for worse, all marriages end. Even within the same jurisdiction, the rights and obligations attendant to the termination of a marriage vary, depending upon whether the union ends by reason of divorce or death. Planning for the termination of a marriage, by either cause, requires the knowledge of both matrimonial and estate laws, and of how these intersect.
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