The process of forming, defining, or disentangling family relationships is likely to be a familiar one to most readers. When an international element is added to the mix, whether in the form of a non-citizen party, a litigant or child residing outside the US or money or assets located outside the country, practitioners often find themselves in unfamiliar territory. The potential issues go far deeper than the logistical challenges of finding interpreters, translating documents, or juggling the need to schedule calls or other events involving participants on the other side of the world.
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