Private violence

Changing the entire lock of main house door may constitute private violence? Changing the lock of the entrance door with the intention of preventing spouse’s access may constitute an act of private violence. In fact, art. 610 Criminal Code states that “whoever, with violence or threat, force others to do, tolerate or omit something”. Then, […]

Father and mother on Identity Card

The advice of the Italian Data Protection Authority The Italian Government has recently requested the advice of the Italian Data Protection Authority, on the possible impact the reform of the information on the electronic ID cards of minors could have.  Specifically, the reform is aimed to replace the word “parents” with that of “father” and […]

Alimony and Tax Return

Alimony and Tax Return

Alimony is an economic emolument, consisting of a sum of money paid to the weaker spouse (financially weaker) or in the form of financial support for children. Generally speaking, the amount is generally determined by the court, so it is natural to ask whether the alimony should be indicated in the tax return or not.To […]

Invalidity pension only applies to Italian residents

The Italian Supreme Court – Employment section has confirmed that invalidity pension applies only within Italian territory. (judgement no..21901). This ordinance is in line with EC regulation no. 1247/1992 which does not allow to export assistance or pension support within European territory. It is important to highlight the difference between assistance and pension support: the […]