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International Kidnapping

It is common for parents to be citizens of different countries. It is also too common for one parent to take a child back to their country of origin or to another country against the wishes or without the knowledge of the other parent. If this happens, you need a lawyer to go to court for you right away.

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  • On March 5, 2014 the US Supreme Court decided the case    of Lozano v. Alvarez ..... ( more)

Lozano Presents A New Twist on the Application of the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in the USA.

 By:  Wendy O. Hickey

 

  • When your client is on the losing end of a Hague Convention case where the child is ordered returned to another country, there is a race to the Appeals Court to file the motion to stay before the child gets on a plane ... ( more)

      The U.S. Supreme Court Takes Up Another Piece of The Hague Convention in  Chafin v. Chafin

By Wendy O. Hickey, Esq

 

 

 

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