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We Can Help You With Your International Child Custody Matters
The Hague Convention of 1996 put in place a series of laws and provisions that govern the rights of children and responsibilities of parents across international lines. According to the Hague Conference on International Law* Web site, the Hague Convention covers matters relating to
- International protection of children – Child Abduction Section
- International child support and other forms of family maintenance
- International protection of adults
- Relations between (former) spouses
- Wills, trusts, estates
The Hague Convention laws create standards by which most members of the international community can seek to cooperate on matters of child custody and safety.
Get the Help You Need Before Your Case Becomes an International Problem
We live in a mobile society, where relations form and dissolve across state and international borders. Unfortunately, it is the children of such relationships that often suffer from the emotional battles between parents.
The attorneys of
Greenberg & Krieger LLP have decades of experience representing parents involved in struggles over custody and visitation rights.
If your divorce will include a possible custody issue with an ex-spouse who may return to a foreign country, the time to start protecting your children is now. Talk to us to arrange an opportunity to discuss the circumstances of your case.
If you are already involved in an
international divorce or custody dispute, let us help you fight to protect your children’s rights.
From our offices in Stamford, Connecticut, our
lawyers represent individuals involved in international parental move away cases in communities throughout Fairfield County. Call us or
contact us by e-mail for a complimentary initial consultation with an experienced family law attorney.