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International Family Law -- Exclusively

We solve: 

international family law problems

We provide: 

sensible strategic advice

We handle:*

       International family law matters globally  

     International child abduction cases

     Expert testimony

     International prenuptial agreements

     Divorce, child custody & other family law cases

*with local counsel whenever appropriate


We Wrote the Books:

   

INTERNATIONAL FAMILY LAW PRACTICE 
by Jeremy D. Morley
West Publishing.

        THE HAGUE ABDUCTION CONVENTION 
by Jeremy D. Morley
ABA Publishing
  


*Mr. Morley is admitted to practice law only in New York, as well as in certain federal courts and in other state courts with special permission of a court. Other attorneys associated with our office are admitted to practice in New Jersey. We are not admitted elsewhere.


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