Family Advocate Fall 2020: Vol. 43, No.2

    Family Advocate Fall 2020: Vol. 43, No.2

    Family Advocate Fall 2020: Vol. 43, No.2

    Family law cases with an international element.

    Family Advocate Fall 2020: Vol. 43, No.2

    Family Advocate Fall 2020: Vol. 43, No.2

    Family Advocate Fall 2020: Vol. 43, No.2

    Family law cases with an international element.

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    When an international element is added to the mix of already complex family law legal proceedings, 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. The views of the rights and duties that arise in a marriage, and the property and other rights that the spouses may have during the relationship or upon its termination, differ so substantially in other countries that no safe generalizations are possible. There are similarly wide variations in the steps necessary to enter into a valid prenuptial agreement. International child custody disputes require family law practitioners to have a firm grasp on the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) and the Hague Convention.

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