A shout out tonight to one particular father who didn't go the extra mile, he went the extra thousand miles. We just finished his international family law case and I couldn't be more proud to know him.
Tonight's post about passport battles was written by one of our Atlanta International Family Law Attorneys, Dina Khismatulina.
There is no international family law database which tells every government, foreign and domestic, where a child belongs. There is no cloud server that every official can check which contains the critical custody information for each child. Do mom and dad have equal custody? Does the child live in The Bahamas or Costa Rica or Brazil or Denmark or the US?
Tonight's post on International Family Law Cases in Atlanta was written by our newest attorney, Dina Khismatulina. She is licensed to practice in both Georgia (as in US) and in Russia.
In International Family Law we have a new law of the land. On August 8, President Obama signed the Sean Goldman Law into existence. In Hague Convention Abduction terms, this is a very big deal.
When we last left our happy band, the Supreme Court of the United States of America had just accepted our Petition for Writ of Certiorari on International Family Law and told us to submit our Brief on the Merits.
No, this is not a post about certain opposing counsels or opposing parties. This is not a post on the fortunately seldom encountered but still occasionally out there judge whose rulings are almost certainly from another planet. This is not even a post about politicians who seek death and destruction.
It is a busy, busy time at the firm. Everyone at the firm is working hard, helping real people with real family law issues in all of our courts, before all of our judges. I couldn't be more proud of the work that we do.