International divorce presents complexities not seen in domestic divorce. For United States citizens living abroad or citizens of another country living in the U.S., divorce can be a long and arduous process that requires navigating multiple jurisdictions. We have experience working with individuals seeking guidance and representation in matters involving international divorce, including:
- International custody disputes
- Domestic and international asset and property division
- Marital settlement agreements
- Visitation and paternity
- Spousal support
Our founding attorney, Diane Morin, is a native Italian speaker and fluent in French and works with clients living in California and abroad at the Law Offices of Diane J.N. Morin, Inc. in Palo Alto. If you have questions or concerns about international divorce, it is important to work with a lawyer who knows this area of the law. Morin has more than 30 years of legal experience to put to work on your behalf.
Working With Different Jurisdictions
Depending on your situation, you may need to navigate the laws of different jurisdictions. If you or your partner lives in the United States and the other lives abroad or is moving abroad, you are likely eligible to complete your divorce through the local court system.
Depending on your situation and citizenship, your case may be complex. It is important to have proper legal guidance before you begin the process of ending your marriage.