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The Principality of Monaco attracts many High Net Worth Individuals and Investors to its unique economic, legal and tax environment. As well as the quality of life offered by its exceptional location, mild climate and extremely safe environment for both people and property, the Principality offers residents a dynamic and international setting, one of the most favourable tax systems in the world and a legal framework that supports wealth structuring and wealth management.

If you plan to settle in Monaco, we are here to help you every step of the way, starting with the administrative, banking and real estate procedures required to obtain residency permits for you and your family.

Our international and multilingual team is organised into four departments. We have specialists in private international law, family law, laws governing persons and their assets, property law, commercial law and labour and social security law. This extensive team is on hand to provide the advice and assistance you need to achieve your goals.


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10/11/2022
First res­id­ence ap­plic­a­tion in Monaco - step by step
All per­sons aged 16 or over who wish to be­come per­man­ent res­id­ents in Monaco or to spent over three months at a time in Monaco must ap­ply to the Mone­g­asque au­thor­it­ies for a res­id­ence per­mit (“carte...
01/09/2022
New cla­ri­fic­a­tions made by the Monaco Su­preme Court on the con­di­tions for...
The Monaco Su­preme Court gran­ted, on the 12 Ju­ly 2022, a res­id­ent’s re­quest to an­nul the de­cision re­fus­ing the re­new­al of their or­din­ary res­id­ence card. 1.    The min­im­um peri­od of three-month res­id­ency...
22/12/2021
Ac­quis­i­tion of Mone­g­asque na­tion­al­ity by mar­riage: in­creased to 20 years
After two years of in­tense de­bate and an of­fi­cial an­nounce­ment that it would be tabled on 17 June 2021, the bill on the ac­quis­i­tion of na­tion­al­ity by mar­riage (No. 1038) was voted on 24 Novem­ber 2021...
20/12/2021
Mone­g­asque res­id­ents: what so­cial con­tri­bu­tions do you have to pay in France?
So­cial con­tri­bu­tions on cap­it­al in­come are a re­cur­ring and par­tic­u­larly thorny ques­tion for Mone­g­asque res­id­ents, of every na­tion­al­ity.What are the cri­ter­ia for be­ing sub­ject to so­cial con­tri­bu­tions?To...
02/12/2021
Mone­g­asque tax res­id­ence cer­ti­fic­ate: one year later, it's time to take...
The con­di­tions for ob­tain­ing a tax res­id­ence cer­ti­fic­ate were spe­cified by Sov­er­eign Or­din­ance N. 8.372 of Novem­ber 26th, 2020 amend­ing Sov­er­eign Or­din­ance N. 8.566.One year later, we pro­pose to take...
15/07/2021
AN OF­FI­CIAL RE­COG­NI­TION OF THE “CHIL­DREN OF THE COUN­TRY”
Dur­ing the pub­lic le­gis­lat­ive ses­sion held on June 30, 2021, the mem­bers of the Na­tion­al Coun­cil en­thu­si­ast­ic­ally passed the bill n°933 re­cog­niz­ing the “chil­dren of the coun­try” and their con­tri­bu­tion...
15/01/2021
Did you know that BREXIT may im­pact your re­lo­ca­tion in MONACO?
Since Decem­ber 31, 2020, the United King­dom is not part of the European Uni­on any­more.As a res­ult, as of Janu­ary 1, 2021, UK na­tion­als (Eng­lish, Scot­tish, Welsh, and North­ern Ir­ish) no longer be­ne­fit...
07/06/2016
The Hag­ue Con­ven­tion – Child Ab­duc­tion
Monaco has rat­i­fied and ac­ceded to The Hag­ue Con­ven­tion of Oc­to­ber 25th, 1980 on the civil as­pects of in­ter­na­tion­al Child Ab­duc­tion but also to The Hag­ue Con­ven­tion of Oc­to­ber 19th, 1996 on jur­is­dic­tion...