Hague report lists countries who are not compliant; seek experienced International Divorce and Abduction Attorneys as early as posibile. The U.S. Department of State Office of Children’s Issues has now submitted its annual report pertaining to compliance problems on international
Family Law Attorney Anne Shale, reacts to the news that the government of Japan has announced it’s intention to join the Hague Convention relative to child custody, and why it could take years before Japan hecomes part pf the treaty.
Family Law Attorney Anne Shale examines the local case of U.S. Father, Kent Swaim, who experienced custody issues with his ex-wife that led to the abduction of his children to Japan without his knowledge or his consent. Also, some preventative steps can take to avoid a simlilar situation.
Family Law Attorney Shawn Hooks looks at ways to protect against overseas abduction by registering your child with the U.S. State Department’s Children’s Passport Issuance Alert Program.
Attorney Anne Shale looks at a recent parental child abduction case in Japan where she presents the facts of the case, and an understaning of how the Japanese legal system differs in divorce custody.