Ceci Wong
Suzy Oge
Charlene Lambert

Marjet Groenleer

Changes in international family law

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In the EU, most matters of international family law are regulated by the European Commission, drawing on the Hague Conference on International Private Law. Recently, legislative efforts in Brussels and The Hague have resulted in three significant changes, which will reshape some core aspects of international family law. Legislative proposal 32358 – Abolition of the […]

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International matrimonial property law

Walking down the aisle and getting married is supposed to be one of the happiest moments in life, with many dreams, hopes and good will invested. In today’s fast-paced world, the legal aspects resulting from a marriage are often not entirely clear; especially in the case of international families, living and working in a foreign […]

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