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International Child Visitation

International Child Visitation / International Child Relocation

We represent (when appropriate):

-Parents who wish to take their children to visit foreign countries.

-Parents who want to prevent their children being taken on overseas visits.

-Parents who wish to prevent international child abduction.

-Parents who wish to relocate their children overseas.

-Parents who wish to prevent international child relocation. 

We assist local counsel throughout the United States in such cases.

We testify or present written evidence, when appropriate, as expert witnesses concerning the foreign legal systems involved. Such countries include Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, England, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the UAE (Dubai).

Consult with Mr. Morley by telephone from anywhere in the world (or in person in New York) for the cost of a one-hour fee, with no further obligation. Contact us.

 

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