Your longtime client just called to discuss enforcing a judgment . . . in a foreign country. What are your options?
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These tools will provide you rudimentary immigration information and let you know if it’s time to refer the case to an immigration attorney.
Advising clients how to do business over the Internet in a foreign country can be both challenging and rewarding.
Follow these tips for representing U.S. clients in a foreign jurisdiction and foreign clients in the United States.
Correctly using a multilingual contract shows your clients you are a savvy lawyer looking out for their best interests.
Check out these answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning the differences between damage clause issues under the U.S. and French legal systems.
Service of process on foreign nationals, while complex, is certainly feasible with diligence and a little patience.
Be prepared to adequately meet clients’ estate planning needs, particularly when foreign real property is involved.
When advising expatriate clients, consider tax issues such as credits, exclusions, reporting requirements, and filing requirements.
Your client frantically tells you, “I’m sure my spouse is about to take our child overseas and will never come back. Please help!” What do you do?
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