INTERNATIONAL FAMILY LAW

 

From international divorce to complex evaluation and division of business interests, our attorneys can help achieve the result you need.

Berry Moorman P.C. attorneys often work at the intersection of the Family law and Immigration law and have a special understating of the fact that International Family law issues can only be resolved when both their family and immigration problems are remedied. By collaborating with local counsel in each jurisdiction, Berry Moorman can facilitate the resolution of a broad range International Family Law issues.
We offer assistance with a broad range of International Family Law issues including:

  • Division of property across country borders

  • Creation of international prenuptial agreements

  • Enforcement of alimony and child support orders

  • Requests for relocating with children

  • Requests for traveling internationally with children

  • Strategic international divorce

  • International child custody

  • Immigration aspects of cross border marriages

  • Immigration consequences of divorces

Whether you need assistance with Enforcement of alimony and child support orders to filing for International Divorce and initiating child custody proceedings. Our attorneys bring over 25 years of experiencing in this multidisciplinary area of International Law.

If you are considering or are already involved in an international family law action, you should speak with one of our experienced international law practice group attorneys to learn about your legal rights and how you can protect your interests.

Below is a list of our International Family Law Attorneys

John J. Schrot
SHAREHOLDER

Ph: (248) 645-9680
Ph: (313) 496-1200
Fax: (248) 645-1233

Simon M. Edelstein
Attorney, Of Counsel

BIRMINGHAM OFFICE 
Tel: (248) 645-9680
Fax: (248) 645-1233

Randolph T. Barker
SHAREHOLDER

DETROIT OFFICE 
Ph: (313) 496-1200
Fax: (313) 496-1300

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