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Chambers Global Practice Guides - Private Wealth 2021

Understanding local tax and legal aspects is essential in order to contribute to the long-term success of your family-owned business and to preserve your family wealth for future generations. Read the Chambers & Partners Private Wealth guide 2021 to gain valuable and actionable insights.

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Our international private wealth experts have contributed to create the Chambers Global Practice Guides 2021 on Private Wealth, covering all aspects of legal and tax regulations applicable to wealth management in the jurisdiction, including: tax, succession, trusts and foundations, family business planning, wealth disputes, roles and responsibilities of fiduciaries, citizenship and residency, planning for minors, adults with disabilities and elders, planning for non-traditional families and charitable planning.

If you have any questions regarding this publication or if you would like to have integrated legal and tax advice on a specific matter, please do not hesitate to contact one of our experts via the contact details below.

 

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