Family Relationships

Resolving issues of voluntary jurisdiction and family law

As part of our work, we assist in resolving issues of voluntary jurisdiction and family law.
Proper estate planning cannot disregard the assessment of the best means of protection in favour of possible weak persons, whether minors or incapacitated persons. To this end, through our knowledge of the law, we are able to offer comprehensive assistance in voluntary jurisdiction proceedings for the appointment or revocation of guardianships or support administrations or in drafting appeals relating to extraordinary administration authorisations.

We also have a deep knowledge of the dynamics of family property regimes and their implications in terms of allocation and asset protection.

We help our clients in the drafting and filing of their living will, as a document with legal value for specifying in advance the medical treatment to be undertaken in the event of their own possible inability to communicate directly due to illness or incapacity.

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