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Forex Peace Army has chosen Boccadutri Law Firm to aid victims of Forex scams

Forex Peace Army Has Chosen Boccadutri Law Firm To Aid Victims Of Forex Scams

Boccadutri International Law Firm is pleased to announce its collaboration with Forex Peace Army. Through this collaboration, Boccadutri Law Firm aims to assist and help people who have lost money in forex trading through mismanagement or a scam by a forex broker. We are Boccadutri International Law…

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Work protection: what is Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing regulates how to report misconduct in the workplace and provides for the protection of those who report it. Whistleblowing means reporting an offence you have become aware of in the course of your work, whether in the public or private sector. An offence could be fraud, failure to implement safety regulations, blatantly unlawful behaviour, etc, and the offender could be an employer, a manager, a colleague, or even a ...

Injuries at work: What to do

Accidents at work are the constant chronicle of the failure of modern society, which has all the tools to protect the worker, but does not use them. Work-related injury definition An accident at work is a fatal event occurring while one is carrying out a work activity or on the way to or from work, the so-called commuting accident. Its consequences are temporary or permanent inability of the employee to ...

The Family Act

The Family Act is a bill designed to improve the quality of life of families with children. The aim of the Family Act is to promote parenthood, combat childlessness and facilitate the reconciliation of family life and work, particularly for women. What is the Family Act The bill, recognised as the Family Act, is a combination of measures designed for families with children. On 6th March 2022, the Senate approved ...

Short divorce in Italy

Short divorce was introduced in Italy by law number 55 dating form 6th May 2015. It is called this because it has substantially reduced the time it takes to obtain a divorce. Divorce in Italy is currently governed by the law that introduced it, i.e., Law No. 898 of 1970. The law No. 55/2015 on the short divorce substantially amended Article 3 of Law No. 898. Short Divorce, what is ...

Guide to Maintenance Allowance, Separation and Divorce

The maintenance allowance is the financial compensation that is sent to a partner or child following a relationship crisis where the break-up is decided in front of a judge. There are three kinds of allowance that can be granted to children/partners, namely child support, a separation allowance for the partner, and the divorce allowance to a former spouse. In order to understand in detail what maintenance, separation and divorce allowances ...

International Child Abduction

The international child abduction is an offence that occurs in cases where a child is taken from the custody of their parents (or from whoever has parental responsibility for the child), against the parent’s consent, and taken abroad. International child abduction occurs where: Anyone who does not exercise exclusive parental responsibility takes a minor from his country of residence. following a legitimate trip abroad, a child is not returned to ...

Custody and Maintenance of Children in Italy

The “custody and maintenance of children” are measures aimed at regulating responsibilities of parents following a separation. The measure of custody of children is required in cases of personal separation, divorce or distancing of parents, whether married or not. In 2012, law 219/2012 took an important step towards recognising the dignity of all children and parity between parents with the first fundamental reform of filiation. Legal equality between all children ...

Separation In Italy

Separation in Italy represents a temporary suspension of some of the obligations arising from marriage and its civil effects. In the legislator’s intentions they ought to give the couple time for attempted reconciliation. The Treccani dictionary defines separation as follows:” the institution that determines the loosening of a matrimonial bond without dissolving it entirely.” In the case that the two partners (hereafter the parties/ the spouses) decide to go their ...

A Guide to Divorce in Italy

Divorce in Italy, except under abnormal circumstances, is permitted following a period of separation (usually 6 months) after separation by mutual consent, or a year after a judicial separation. Divorce in Italy is typically the result of two separate proceedings: separation, and divorce.  In exceptional circumstances, however, it is possible to divorce immediately. Since the institution of divorce was legally introduced in Italy in 1970, with the Law No. 898 ...

The fate of dormant accounts in Italy

Dormant accounts are defined as money deposits in which no transactions have been carried out for at least ten years. In Italy, contractual accounts that have not been handled for at least ten years, and therefore classified as dormant, that contain sums of money exceeding one hundred euros are automatically annulled. The remaining funds are entrusted to CONSAP (Concessionaria Servizi Assicurativi Pubblici), a company that reports directly to the Ministry ...