Partner Nicole Gallop Mildon has been quoted in an article in The Telegraph, addressing the potential relaxation of France’s 90-day visa rule for British second homeowners. The article discusses the French Senate’s vote in favour of an amendment to the Immigration Law, offering automatic long-stay visas for British second home owners, citing concerns that they have been ‘punished by Brexit’.
Before Brexit, they didn’t deal with Brits at scale. Now, they do and they are basically crumbling under the weight.”
Nicole Gallop Mildon works in the cross-border and French law and property teams, advising on a broad arrange of private client work with a cross-border element often in France and other French speaking jurisdictions, such as Belgium and Switzerland. She advises on estate planning, will drafting, incapacity and probate as well as French property matters, including purchases and sales, but also a variety of disputes and the structuring of ownership.