We are often asked about the extent to which prenuptial agreements and other financial agreements between spouses are enforceable. In short, the local Matrimonial Causes Act 1962 (Gibraltar)
Triay Lawyers are delighted to announce the appointment of Christian Triay and Rupert Moffatt as Associates of the firm following their admission to the Gibraltar Bar on 10 November 2021
Gibraltar offers compelling tax advantages for High Net Worth Individuals via the opportunity to take-up Category 2 or High Executive Possessing Specialist Skills (HEPSS) status. Category 2 &
Triay Lawyers Limited has assisted with the Gibraltar law aspects of the Made.com group’s structure in the lead up to its highly anticipated listing on the London Stock Exchange.
Triay is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Davis, Dhiraj Nagrani and Sebastian Triay as senior associates.
This is an important publication for anyone in the legal community working in the fintech sector, which continues to grow at speed around the world. Gibraltar as a jurisdiction has been a lea
On Friday 5th February 2021, the Surrogacy Bill 2021 was passed by Parliament. The Surrogacy Act 2021 (the “Act”) came into force on 9th February 2021, following its publication in the Gibral
Some certainty has been achieved on issues of jurisdiction and the enforcement of judgments in Gibraltar following Brexit by, first, the continued application of EU laws beyond midnight on th
Triay are delighted to announce the appointment of Helen Murphy and Mark Perez to the role of associate within the Firm following their call to the Gibraltar Bar on the 4th December 2
New Limited Partnership Framework Keeps Gibraltar at the Forefront of Legal Innovation. On October 28th, HM Government of Gibraltar has published two bills which set out to modernise the juri