ICLE | Divorce Cases with International Issues
Divorce Cases with International Issues
| Level: Intermediate
Cosponsored by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan

The average domestic divorce case is complicated enough. International assets and foreign residency can make the settlement process much more difficult. Be ready to tackle the unique issues posed in international divorces including child custody, support enforcement, and cultural obligations.

  • Serve process on parties to a divorce in foreign countries
  • Identify the proper grounds for Michigan jurisdiction under the UCCJEA
  • Anticipate unique cultural issues including the roles of extended family members and language barriers
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Ruth Goldner talks to Shalini Nangia and Sam Vitale about enforcing child support orders out...
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