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June 22, 2009


Family Law Solicitors Leeds

These kinds of issues exist all over the world, and often don't get the kind of focus (from the media and the authorities) that they deserve.

In the UK, women who have had children with husbands from some Middle Eastern countries, can find that they have little or no rights when it comes to custody of their children - depending on the law within the country their husband comes from.

As much as this convention is a step in the right direction, if Switzerland refuses to recognise it, there's little motivation for some Middle Easterns states to do so either. Nice post.

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