International family law cases can be the most complicated legal situations that occur in court. The law can vary greatly from country to country and with time differences being a major issue for many people looking to get support, you may need specialist solicitors that are able to work internationally.
With the increasing rate of cross-border divorces and the UK’s reputation for being the divorce capital of the word, 1Solicitors international family law department has built a strong expertise in this area helping clients based internationally that wish to pursue a divorce in the UK.
1Solicitors regularly engages with advising in respect to the relevant English law and the most suitable jurisdiction for pursuing a divorce and financial settlement. It is important that early advice is sought for the most suitable jurisdiction to start divorce proceedings, particularly where parties may race towards commencing court action.
Here at 1Solicitors, we offer international family law services with 24/7 legal assistance. This means that we work tirelessly around-the-clock to communicate with legal professionals across the world whenever required therefore helping to solve your international family law issue whilst minimising impact on your day to day.
Because international laws can vary so dramatically, it is essential to use a knowledgeable law firm that specialises in international issues. This is a crucial to building a successful case as your lawyer will need to understand the complications that occur when working internationally.
When working internationally, divorce laws can vary in each jurisdiction. Different countries will have varying international family law proceedings, which is why international issues are often more difficult to solve than national cases.
Here are just a handful of international family law cases that we work with:
● Asset protection
● International divorce
● Marital agreements
● Property arrangements
● Protecting international business trusts and interests
● International adoption
● International custody issues and other international child custody law
If you don’t see your query listed here, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team. We work with a variety of complicated cases relating to international laws and it is not possible to list every case on our website.
We are also work with international child custody cases as part of our international family law offering.
If you do not have parental responsibility of the child, relocating a child abroad can be classed as abduction. Unfortunately, this case usually happens when a divorce between parents has turned unpleasant but can be resolved with a reputable international lawyer.
We work with the Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction on all of our international child relocation cases to ensure that the child is placed fairly and returned safely.
If you find yourself in a situation where your child is being moved abroad without your permission, our child custody solicitors can assist. We have experience with working on international child custody cases and have helped many parents be reunited with their child if they have been taken abroad without permission.