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By In EU provisions, Italian law, Italian Property, Italian Real Estate, Law, Law Firms in Italy, Notaio, Notary, Property law, Real Estate Law

2016 Stability Law – Flat-Rate Tax Scheme

The2016 Stability Law flat-rate tax scheme, first introduced in to the Italian tax system by Stability Law 2015, has been modified and made more practical in the 2016 Stability Law.

The government’s objectives for introducing the flat-rate tax scheme are to boost employment, steer Italy’s economic recovery in a positive direction, reduce undeclared taxable income and employment irregularities. (more…)

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By In Inheritance, Inheritance Law, Italian law, Italian Will, Law, Law Firms in Italy, Notaio, Notary, Property law

The New 2015 European Inheritance Rules

European Inheritance Rules

Action should be taken now to benefit from the new 2015 European Inheritance Rules. According to The European Commission some 450,000 cross-border successions occur in the EU each year, estimated to be worth in excess of €120 billion. As it stands, many countries in the EU, including Italy, have laws governing ‘forced heirships’ along with different opinions as to whether inheritance is dealt with under local law, or the law of the nationality of the deceased. To somewhat solve this confusion and prevent disputes, effective August 17th 2015 new rules will allow individuals across participating EU member states to choose which country jurisdiction will apply to the devolution of estates. (more…)

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By In EU Divorce Law, EU provisions, Italian Divorce Law, Italian law, Italian Property, Law, Law Firms in Italy, Notaio, Notary, Property law

Italian and EU International Divorces

International Divorces

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Italian and EU Divorce Law

Across much of the European Union, marriages between couples of different nationalities, are on the rise. In addition, the number of married couples living as expats in another EU country is increasing. Unfortunately, this means that international separations and divorces are becoming more common.

Obviously, people don’t enter into married life thinking about where the best location for a divorce would be; married couples are unlikely to be interested in thinking about this while they remain happy together, and couples may not be able to agree on the appropriate jurisdiction if they are about to be or are already separated. However, where couples choose to divorce can have a major impact on both parties’ financial health, so getting it right is crucial. (more…)

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