Divorce is difficult for everyone, but some families face larger problems than the emotional upheaval common to most Americans. A spouse with dual citizenship in both American and a foreign country may additionally pose the potential for international child abduction. Following a divorce between a couple with children, California law enacts a temporary restraining order… Continue reading →
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Amy Montes on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
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