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Czy osoba wydziedziczona może dostać jakikolwiek spadek?”

Poland - March 3 2018 W wiekszości jurysdykcji europejskich istnieją przepisy, które nie pozwalają testamentodawcom wydziedziczyć najbliższych członków rodziny. W Polsce...

“How can a bankrupt estate be administered - Do PRs (executor or administrator) need to act?”

United Kingdom - August 7 2017 Unlike in personal insolvency, the estate is bankrupt when its liabilities are greater than assets. There is no need for an order declaring an estate...

“Administration of bankrupt estates - Top tips ”

United Kingdom - August 3 2017 An estate is deemed to be bankrupt when the total value of its debts and liabilities (including conditional and future liabilities) is greater than...

Recovering legal costs in contested probate cases

United Kingdom - June 2 2017 When it comes to determining the issue of costs in contested matters, the general litigation rule is that the costs follow the event. In other words...

The meaning and impact of “lifestyle choice” on claims by adult children

United Kingdom - December 13 2016 I recently blogged about the case of Ilott v Mitson, to be heard by the Supreme Court in mid-December. As I said then, the judgment in this case is...