The next month was blissful. It felt as though they spent more time in each other's arms than out of them. When she could rearrange work, she was with him. When she could rearrange home, she was with him. They did things together she had never heard of before. He took her to heights she didn't know existed.
He had a golden tongue. She had never been treated to such a gift of language, of persuasion, of flattery. He could sweet talk the shirt off of a freezing man's back.
Did you know that the International Day Of Families has been observed on May I 5th every year since 1993, per UN General Assembly's initiative? Having a special day to celebrate the Inten1ational Day of Families shows how important is the concept of family to the international community.
I'd put our strategic acumen up against any in the business and I'd bet we would prevail.
I can usually tell you how your case will turn out after we've spoken for about 30 minutes.
I'm back after a very fulfilling and, I hope, successful week assisting at a custody trial in Scotland.
Justice is supposed to be blind, right? And by that we mean that Justice is impartial, favors no side. While that's true most of the time in varying degrees, some of the time Justice seems more blind to the facts than blind to favoritism. In fact, sometimes it seems that Justice is hell bent on showing favoritism to one side over another, regardless of fact or law. Sometimes it seems that Justice is far more concerned with who's your daddy than what's the right outcome.
As we all know, Atlanta is an international city. The TPP was negotiated here for a reason. We also have a significant number of consulates and international companies with a significant presence in our town. We also have the Atlanta Center for International Arbitration and Mediation, which I've written about before, and the Atlanta International Arbitration Society. Atlanta is a very likely place to find a hotbed of International Family Law.
Tonight's post was written by our Atlanta divorce and International Family Law attorney, Dina Khismatulina.
As we know, the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement was reached today in Atlanta. Atlanta? Why Atlanta? Well, because Atlanta is rapidly becoming the center of the international universe. That is where International Family Law fits in.