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27 Mar 2011, 7:11 pm by Jeremy Morley
Speaking at the seminar were Charlotte Butruille-Cardew, Nicholas Francis QC, Jeremy Morley, Geoff Wilson and the event was chaired by David Salter. [read post]
7 Feb 2017, 8:37 am by Jeremy Morley
The Hague Abduction Convention, Second Edition, provides a clear explanation of how the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction works in the United States.Hague cases require an intimate knowledge of the Convention and of the voluminous case law that has developed around it. [read post]
5 Feb 2009, 6:17 pm
Some extracts are: According to Jeremy Morley, an international divorce lawyer based in New York, hiding assets from a spouse is also much easier in some countries than in others. [read post]
23 May 2011, 8:46 am by Jeremy Morley
"It's finders keepers -- possession is 99.9 percent of (Japan's) law," explains international family law attorney Jeremy Morley, who represented Savoie. [read post]
7 Mar 2007, 12:31 am
Japan offers a temptingly quick cheap break, but—for foreigners—little or no enforceable contact with the kids thereafter, notes Jeremy Morley, a New York-based "international divorce strategist". [read post]
14 Dec 2015, 10:20 am by Jeremy Morley
An Interview with Jeremy Morley – of International Family Law in NYIn researching child relocation and abduction law, I came across Jeremy Morley. [read post]
1 May 2007, 8:55 am
Jeremy Morley, a New York lawyer specializing in international family law, said he is "very frustrated" by the haphazard response of American courts. [read post]
24 Sep 2015, 11:23 am by Jeremy Morley
By Jeremy Morley The Supreme Court of Uganda has refused to declare that the practice of exchanging money, cows, or other goods for a bride is unconstitutional in Uganda, notwithstanding the claim that it reduces the women to mere properties. [read post]
6 May 2014, 12:27 pm by Jeremy Morley
And yet, Japan was the last G-8 country to sign the treaty and the 91st in the world to ratify it.According to Jeremy Morley, an international child abduction lawyer in New York, Japan only ratified because of external pressure. [read post]