With the globalisation of family law, practitioners will often come across the difficult task of dealing with multi jurisdictional cases such as overseas orders, overseas property, overseas service, jurisdictional matters, enforcement, international marriage, divorce, custody and child support. This paper seeks to serve as a guide to practitioners when faced with the ever-increasing problem of international relationship breakdown and to briefly address the key issues that may arise.

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Nigel Nicholls

Nigel has travelled far along the path to recognition as one of New South Wales leading family lawyers and collaborative family law practitioners. He has special focus on developing negotiated outcomes and delivering sustainable results for Australian and overseas families and couples. Nigel's practice… Read More

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