Handling Hague abduction cases is challenging and fulfilling. Although Hague cases are tried very quickly, they still require an intimate knowledge of the Convention and of the voluminous case law that has developed around it. Hague cases also require a complete understanding of international child custody law in general and in particular, for U.S. practitioners, of the relationship between The Hague Convention and the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction & Enforcement Act.
When children are the subject of international family law disputes, the challenges are often great and emotions generally run high. Simply put, money can be divided but children cannot. This book is a must-have resource of any family law practitioner that wants to represent the best interests of his client and their heirs involved in a Hague case.
Jeremy D. Morley is a New York lawyer who concentrates on international family law. His firm works with clients around the world from its New York office, with a global network of local counsel. He is a member of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Born in Manchester, England, Jeremy has taught in law schools in the United States, Canada, and England.
He regularly lectures on international child abduction and other international family law topics to the judiciary, bar associations, and others. He is co-chair of the International Family Law Section of the New York State Bar Association and the former co-chair of the International Family Law Committee of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association. He is also the author of International Family Law Practice, a leading treatise on international family law in the United States. He is frequently asked to appear as an expert witness on international child abduction prevention and recovery issues. He is also a frequent guest on television and radio shows on the topic of international child abduction and international divorce law and has been featured in the print media on numerous occasions.