Bird-Nesting Divorce Arrangements in a Shared Custody Situation
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
1M ago
“Bird Nesting” arrangements take place between the parents when they take turns in shared custody of the kids, who remain in the family home. Let’s try to explain this type of divorce agreements a little better, as they are not yet very well known, especially in Italy where I live. For many divorcing parents keeping the kids in the family home is a priority: and when it comes to 50% shared custody (which is the default rule in Italy) moving them every week to and fro their parents’ home may be confusing. A nesting plan, instead, also known as “bird nest parenting for divorce” is a type of co-p ..read more
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Coppie straniere: perché è importante individuare correttamente la giurisdizione in materia di separazione giudiziale e responsabilità genitoriale
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
1M ago
Nell’ambito del diritto internazionale di famiglia accade spesso che i coniugi la cui relazione sia connotata da elementi di “estraneità” (uno o entrambi sono cittadini stranieri o cittadini italiani residenti all’estero), prima di procedere con la separazione giudiziale – sempre che non sussistano i presupposti per una separazione consensuale – non siano in grado di individuare l’Autorità giudiziaria alla quale rivolgersi, vale a dire l’Autorità di quale paese a cui rivolgersi. Ciò, all’evidente scopo di non incorrere in una declaratoria di natura processuale che rilevi il difetto d ..read more
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More good news for divorcing couples in Italy
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
1M ago
As we had already mentioned in our article https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/big-news-divorce-italy-marco-calabrese/ on May, 14 2023 “since … Reform Law was fully introduced (March 1st, 2023) married couples may apply for separation and divorce simultaneously. In other words, a Legal Separation Order that mandates the rights and duties of the couple while separated is issued immediately. The court proceeding will be put in a “stand-by” mode for six months or one year (in case of litigated divorce): then the divorce order will be issued without the need to apply a second time for di ..read more
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Personal property acquired during marriage: how to exclude them from legal community.
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
2M ago
A key difference between the family property regime in Anglo-American countries and that in Italy is that, normally, in the former, there is no possibility of choosing a total separation of the property acquired by the spouses during their married life and community of property remains prevalent, if not exclusive between them. On the other hand, the distinction between personal property (resulting from inheritances, donations and purchases made prior to marriage) and property owned jointly by the spouses is not very different. Another fundamental difference is the regime of ‘compensation’ in f ..read more
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Il nuovo visto per nomadi digitali: in Gazzetta il decreto attuativo.
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
2M ago
E’ noto come sempre più lavoratori provenienti da paesi extra UE, scelgano le città d’arte e di cultura italiane quali luoghi dove svolgere il proprio lavoro. Da diversi anni infatti, è diventato comune il termine “nomade digitale”, locuzione che sta ad indicare una particolare tipologia di professionista che grazie alle nuove tecnologie, sia in grado di lavorare da remoto. Al fine di favorire l’ingresso e il soggiorno dei c.d. nomadi digitali, oltre che stimolare la ripresa economica post pandemia, il Parlamento italiano aveva deciso di regolamentare tale modalità di prestazione del lavoro e ..read more
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DIVORCE AND BITCOIN IN ITALY: An Unexpected Asset to Hide
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
6M ago
by Trey Haskins, University of Arkansas Undergraduate -Intern at The Family Law Italy Treyhaskins1@gmail.com Divorce proceedings are a stressful time and unfortunately, the consequences of the financial implications of a divorce can be far-reaching and long-lasting. So it is not surprising that some people attempt to use a variety of ways to hide assets during a divorce. Recently, Bitcoin has been one such asset that has enabled spouses to conceal financial resources from their estranged partner. Bitcoin is a digital currency, or cryptocurrency, created and held electronically on a decentraliz ..read more
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The Judicial Recognition of the Italian Citizenship.
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
6M ago
Stefano Cuomo Avvocato, Family Law Italy – www.familylawitaly.com – s.cuomo@familylawitaly.com – cell.+39/338 5221487 The acquisition of Italian citizenship is regulated by the Law no. 91 of Feb. 5, 1992 which has profoundly innovated in a complete and organic way the previous legislative framework dating back to the pre-fascist era (Law no. 555/1912). Our legal system accepts the principle of ius sanguinis, i.e. the transmission of the status of citizen by birth, regardless of the place of birth. The recent parliamentary proposals aimed at expanding the cases of acquisition of citizenship iur ..read more
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Diritto agli alimenti: soggetti responsabili, presupposti e modi di adempimento.
Family Law Italy Blog
by admin
9M ago
Accade spesso in ambito familiare che, in adempimento del generale principio di solidarietà, il congiunto bisognoso riceva un contributo economico da un proprio familiare con il quale, spesso, sussiste un rapporto di relazione più stretto. Tuttavia, non tutti sanno chi a livello giuridico è veramente tenuto a garantire gli alimenti in ambito familiare e, soprattutto, in quale ordine di preferenza e secondo quali presupposti. A tal riguardo, l’art. 433 del codice civile stabilisce che, in primo luogo, sia tenuto il coniuge. In sua assenza o impossibilità economica, in ordine immediatamente succ ..read more
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BIG NEWS FOR DIVORCE IN ITALY
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by James
1y ago
I assume that we all know that, while a divorce legally dissolves the marriage, a legal separation is a Court’s Order that mandates the rights and duties of the couple while they are still married but living apart. In Italy, as you may know, traditionally we have always had a mandatory two steps proceeding: a legal separation is like putting your marriage on hold until you get a divorce. Typically, both spouses would move to different homes and start living separate lives. After a cooling-off period of legal separation -that generally equals to six months (separation by consent) or one year (i ..read more
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Becoming an Italian Citizen through Residency
Family Law Italy Blog
by James
1y ago
Researched and written by: Nathan Martin, Intern at Family Law Italy from the University of Arkansas. Italy is a beautiful country and many people from around the world decide they want to call it home. Getting Italian citizenship is possible in several ways but this article will focus on how to get Italian citizenship through residency in Italy. The time required to live in Italy in order to be eligible to apply for citizenship through residency depends on whether or not you are a citizen in the European Union generally, though there are special circumstances that allow you to become a citize ..read more
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