It is possible to enforce awards against international assets in foreign countries. How this is done, and how easily, will depend on what country the assets are located in and what agreements England has in place with that country. How do I enforce against assets in Switzerland? Generally speaking, foreign divorce orders can be enforced in Switzerland, though it is important to note that Swiss banks cannot be bound by foreign freezing orders made outside of the country. To... Read more
International divorce law
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The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction is an agreement that many countries have entered into. It covers most of Europe and North America and other countries across the rest of the world. Under the convention, countries agree to uphold and enforce each other’s decisions about child abduction cases. Where a parent has unlawfully taken a child from one convention country to another, the second country will therefore help return the child to the first country. This makes it... Read more
Sometimes it can be hard to trace assets across international boundaries, especially where off-shore jurisdictions are utilised. With diligent research and the utilisation of a wide range of publicly available information, it can be possible to put together a full picture of complicated wealth structures. How can I find my partner’s assets in France? Like many European countries, France offers a relatively high degree of transparency when it comes to investigating... Read more
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