Ryan Kirkham explains the complex and often difficult path for parents involved in international custody cases in “Cross-Border Issues Are Not Always Limited to Business Deals” from the October issue of Texas Lawyer.
“Present political discourse and ‘wall’ talk aside, the reality is that we live in a globalized world, where state and foreign borders pose significantly less hindrance to relocation than even a generation ago. … What hasn’t changed are the inherent biological impulses of humans: People fall in and out of love regardless of geographic location. Children may inevitably enter the equation. If so, a host of international legal issues may arise, including complicated custody litigation, in the event of a falling-out.”
Read the entire article at Texas Lawyer.