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Second Edition of Family Law Jurisdictional Comparisons - Out Soon
05 August 2013
With a rise in the geographical mobility of families and international marriages, the consequences of marriage breakdown increasingly involve cross-jurisdictional dimensions. It is important for clients and practitioners alike to be aware of the complexities involved in dealing with international family law issues.
We are pleased to announce the imminent release of 'Family Law Jurisdictional Comparisons' (2nd Edition), published by Thomson Reuters. Max Meyer and Catherine Kalaschnikova are the contributing editors for Australia and Russia of this essential guide, which enables you to make quick comparisons between 46 international jurisdictions world wide.
See the attached flyer for more information and details on how to pre-order.
Watch this space for the press release.........
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