Divorce in the Netherlands: Why Annette Roque Cannot File for Divorce From Matt Lauer in Her Native Holland

DIVORCE IN THE NETHERLANDS: ANNETTE ROQUE COULD FILE FOR DIVORCE FROM MATT LAUER IN HER HOMELAND ONLY AFTER ESTABLISHING RESIDENCY FOR AT LEAST ONE YEAR Annette Roque cannot file for divorce from Matt Lauer in the Netherlands in spite of the fact that Annette is a national of the country. Why? Because it does not […]

Divorce Bullies: Lawyers, Judges, Courts & Exes Can Make You Feel Intimidated During the Divorce Process

No matter where in the world you are getting divorced, you can find yourself facing a divorce bully. Bullies are omnipresent in every walk of life. Bullies are born and bullies are bred. Bullies make your life a living, miserable hell. And when you are going through divorce, it is no different. In fact, you […]

The Malta IV Conference on Cross Frontier Child Protection & Family Law

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Malta Process. The Malta Process is a  “dialogue involving both Contracting States to the Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction  and / or the Convention of 19 October 1996 on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and Co-operation in Respect […]

International Divorce Lawyer on Asset Disclosure rules under European and American law

International Divorce Lawyer on Asset Disclosure rules under European and American law – by Marion TD Lewis In the United States, in just about every state, parties in a divorce action are legally required to make a full disclosure of their assets when they divorce – under penalty of perjury. The same is true in England. But […]