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 … Continue reading “Divorce Bullies: Lawyers, Judges, Courts & Exes Can Make You Feel Intimidated During the Divorce Process”

On The New Quickie French Divorce: A discussion with Marion TD Lewis, Esq.

Below is an excerpt of a chat between our Editor in Chief and one of our associate editors on the subject of the new divorce law in France that allows couples to divorce without a judge: Divorce Saloon: Good Morning, Can you please introduce yourself? Please tell us your name and your occupation:   Marion … Continue reading “On The New Quickie French Divorce: A discussion with Marion TD Lewis, Esq.”

On Divorcing a Frenchman (or woman) in France

How to Divorce A French Guy in a French Court Have you committed the cardinal sin of falling in love with and marrying a Frenchman you met on the Champs Elysées? Are you American, Canadian, English or other anglophone? Do you live in France and now need to get a divorce? Well, the first bad news is … Continue reading “On Divorcing a Frenchman (or woman) in France”

Divorce Saloon Seeks Global Corporate Sponsors!

We are ISO corporate sponsors  from law firms and/or divorce related business in the global divorce and family law sector. We offer sponsor opportunities for: 1 month 6 months 1 year   In order that our clients achieve the best results, we highly encourage potential sponsors to define the scope of their sponsorship benefits they … Continue reading “Divorce Saloon Seeks Global Corporate Sponsors!”

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 … Continue reading “The Malta IV Conference on Cross Frontier Child Protection & Family Law”

Divorce Planning for International Filers: 10 Things to Consider

10 Things to Consider When You Are Filing an International Divorce – by Marion TD Lewis 1.  Assets generally Taking stock of the economic aspects of your divorce – early – is very important for both sides of the divorce dispute. Assets are like water in a divorce. All sorts of dramatic things can happen to … Continue reading “Divorce Planning for International Filers: 10 Things to Consider”

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 … Continue reading “International Divorce Lawyer on Asset Disclosure rules under European and American law”