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Private International Law

Monaco

We have a team that specialises in private international law, particularly given the effects of the new Code of Private International Law instated by Law no. 1.448 of 28 June 2017 that came into effect on 7 July 2017.

We provide advisory and litigation services for any civil dispute involving private individuals and an element of foreign law (be it jurisdiction, governing law or conflict of laws).
In this area, we have particular expertise in the recognition and enforcement of foreign court rulings and public documents, the status and capacity of persons, marriage contracts and matrimonial property regimes, divorce and separation, filiation and child support, and succession and succession planning.

This team is known in Monaco as the leader in its field.

Our team, specialised in private international law and the law of persons, is truly international, with training in foreign jurisdictions, fluency in many working languages and close contacts with legal specialists overseas. They are a credit to our firm and we leverage their expertise for our clients.

Our firm is ranked as one of the top law firms in this field by Chambers Global and Legal 500.

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26 November 2018
Chan­ging mat­ri­mo­ni­al re­gime and adding a com­munity of after-ac­quired prop­erty
Un­der Art­icles 36 et seq. of the Mone­g­asque Code of Private In­ter­na­tion­al Law, the mat­ri­mo­ni­al re­gime is gov­erned by the spouses’ chosen na­tion­al law.
16/05/2018
The pro­vi­sions of the Code of Private In­ter­na­tion­al Law ap­ply im­me­di­ately
The Mone­g­asque Code of Private In­ter­na­tion­al Law, as set down by Act n°1448 of 28 June 2017, has been in force in the Prin­cip­al­ity’s leg­al sys­tem since 8 Ju­ly 2017. While the code en­tails some ma­jor in­nov­a­tions, the law which in­tro­duced it in­cludes no tra
28 December 2017
World­wilde Mat­ri­mo­ni­al Re­gime
AJ Fa­mille - Novem­ber 2018
30 October 2017
The im­pact of the re­form of Mone­g­asque private in­ter­na­tion­al law
Law No. 1.448 of 28 June 2017 on private in­ter­na­tion­al law, pub­lished in the Journ­al of Monaco on 7 Ju­ly 2017, sub­stan­tially mod­i­fies the rules of con­flict of laws and jur­is­dic­tions ex­ist­ing be­fore the re­form. The new law co­di­fies the rules of Mone­g­asque
16 October 2017
The mat­ri­mo­ni­al prop­erty re­gime of spouses im­pacted by the re­form of Mone­g­asque...
All mar­ried per­sons, wheth­er they have signed a mar­riage con­tract or not, are sub­ject to a mat­ri­mo­ni­al re­gime de­term­in­ing the pe­cu­ni­ary con­sequences of their mar­riage, not only con­cern­ing their re­la­tions but also those they have with third parties.