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Mellor Olsson Lawyers
A message from the Chief Justice, Family Court of Australia, may assist parents adhere to parenting orders in COVID-19.
Cooper Grace Ward
Many mediators have already started to conduct mediations via Zoom, Skype or other forms of electronic communication.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article discusses family violence and provides tips for mitigating the risk of family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
During this COVID-19 pandemic, it is extremely important to deal with Parenting Order issues competently & quickly.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
What does "best interests" look like at the moment?
Kells
Alternative dispute resolution options can be used, rather than proceeding to court for a trial determined by a Judge.
Swaab
Divorce and separation can be an incredibly confusing time, so a family lawyer would give you some practical advice.
Cooper Grace Ward
If possible, court orders should be complied with during a pandemic, so children still move between their parents' homes.
China
R&P China Lawyers
PRC Inheritance law raises various questions and issues for a foreigner with assets in China or with a Chinese spouse.
Hong Kong
Withers LLP
With an increasing number of countries and territories having reported cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) over the past few days, the global number of confirmed cases of ...
Gall
While there are similarities as to many aspects of private children law in Hong Kong and the approach in England and Wales, and some of the law in England and Wales may be applied as to,,,
Withers LLP
As if 2019 had not been tough enough for the Hong Kong economy, now Hong Kongers are challenged once again, this time by the effects of the COVID-19 virus. With its proximity to China,...
Withers LLP
The COVID-19 virus has thrown up many challenges for those living and working in Hong Kong this year. Not least of these is the closure of the schools, which are set to be closed until April, only...
Withers LLP
The coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic has had a significant impact on our daily lives. To avoid being infected by the deadly coronavirus...
Withers LLP
It is a known fact that children can suffer irreparable psychological damage on the breakdown of their parents' relationship in circumstances where there is conflict.
India
Rajani Associates
If there is no Will, the estate is distributed among the legal heirs according to the laws of succession
Prithwish Ganguli Advocates
In my practice life, I frequently face clients who married in India as per the provisions of either Hindu Marriage Act or Special Marriage Act
Vaish Associates Advocates
According to section 2(f) of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 Probate refers to a copy of the will that is certified by the seal of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Vaish Associates Advocates
Will is a legal document through which a person decides how his/her property would be distributed, allocated and spent after his death. A person who dies without creating a will is called dying intestate.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
The Private Client team at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas is delighted to share, via our Private Client blog, our comments and opinions shared in various leading media publications globally.
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