Mark Harper and Archie Best have written a chapter on family law in the recently published Global Mobility of Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals, which has been described as an invaluable tool for lawyers, tax advisers, bankers and all professionals who assist Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals.
The chapter examines how advisers can plan to avoid the pitfalls on divorce when Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals relocate.
Co-published in association with STEP, the title features contributions by leading private client advisers from 15 key jurisdictions worldwide and provides readers with expert guidance on the tax and legal aspects of inbound and outbound transfer of residence of Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals.
Geraldine Appert, Head of EMEA GS Family Office, Goldman Sachs International describes the book as “a great edition and a must-have. It provides very valuable information on many jurisdictions. Very comprehensive overviews and very helpful”, while Paul Hodgson at the Butterfield Trust noted the title “deserves space in the library of any self-respecting advisor dealing with wealthy families and their affairs.”
The book is available to purchase on the Globe Law and Business website, here.