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Michele Capecchi

    Michele Capecchi, a registered lawyer and member of the Florence Bar Association, holds a master of laws in American law and international legal practice from the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. He writes on general legal issues for TF and will consider relevant inquiries sent to redazione@theflorentine.net and info@CapecchiLegal.com for upcoming articles. Author of the book 'Legal Advice for Expats in Italy' published by The Florentine Press.

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    COMMUNITY

    Getting unhitched

    Statistics show that in Europe-and Italy, in particular-marriages between people of different nationalities are increasing. Accordingly, the number of international separations and divorces is also increasing. As you can imagine, ...

    Lifestyle

    A guide to the IMU

    Notwithstanding the global economic crisis, for many investing in property, or ?bricks and mortar' as we say in Italian, has been until now one of the most attractive forms of investment, especially in Italy. In our countryside, as well in the historical centers of our beautiful region, it is still

    Lifestyle

    The Costa Concordia conundrum

    Have you ever had a bad experience during a so-called all-inclusive travel package? All-inclusive travel packages are a service offered by travel agencies, through which, for a pre-set price, all transportation (flight, ship, train), accommodation, food and other services are covered. Increasingly, however, tourists are frustrated

    Lifestyle

    Yes we can!

    Recently proposed legislation might make it more appealing for international investors to do business in Italy. The more favorable opportunity is part of the decreto liberalizzazioni, the deregulation measures introduced by the current technical government led by Mario Monti, which are meant to boost the Italian economy. In upcoming issues,

    Lifestyle

    So you think you can drive

    Some American friends who have now lived in Florence for over two years told me recently that they wanted to rent a car to travel across Italy and Europe during their holidays. Everybody dreams about getting into a nice sports car and driving up and down the Amalfi Coast or

    Lifestyle

    Pay what you owe

    Now that the sun is finally shining and spring has arrived, how sad and boring (you may think) it is to discuss taxes. But believe me, an incomplete tax declaration could make your summer and fall much drearier! Because if you live and work in Italy, with few exceptions, you

    Lifestyle

    Legalized: what’s your visa?

    Many foreign friends and clients ask my advice on moving their professional or private lives to Italy. Many had friends whose ‘uncle got all the documents he needed in one month.' What I normally say is ‘good for him.' The fact is, the amount of legal

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