Resolving International Family Law Matters
Family law issues are complex enough when they involve only New York courts and state statutes. Adding an international element increases the complexity tenfold as every country has its own laws regarding divorce and family law issues.
Because international laws vary so widely, it is critical to work with a law firm that understands whether a New York Order or Agreement may or may not be enforceable overseas and vice versa. Whichever law firm you choose must have the sophisticated skill and knowledge base to effectively represent your interests both here and abroad.
Burger Green & Min LLP, is just such a firm. Based in New York City, we have decades of in-depth experience resolving family law concerns that cross international borders. Our lawyers have the reputation that has won us many referrals from other attorneys and past clients. We are uniquely suited to addressing issues of international application of Family Law, including divorce, child support, alimony/maintenance, custody, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Burger Green & Min LLP has represented clients from all over the world, including in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. We have litigated international family law matters in several states in the United States as well, including in California, Washington, Florida, New Jersey, Vermont, and South Carolina. When representing clients in other jurisdictions, we act as consultants or as attorneys in collaboration with local counsel in those jurisdictions.
Robert D. Arenstein and Richard Min are both members of the prestigious International Academy of Family Lawyers, with Mr. Arenstein serving on the Board of Governors. As members of the IAFL, we have a vast network of international colleagues we collaborate with in order to effectively represent our clients. Burger Green & Min LLP also works closely with Italian and French lawyers based in New York.
Resolving Your Most Complex Global Family Law Issues
Let us assist you with any of the following legal concerns:
- International divorce
- Enforcement of foreign orders and judgments
- International prenuptial and post nuptial agreements