The ABA Section of International Law invites you to attend the “International Families: Money, Children, and Long Term Planning” Conference to be held from June 19-21, 2014 at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle, Washington. It is more common today than ever before that a person will marry someone from another country, culture, or religion. These “international families” have unique problems not found in a traditional domestic family. Building on the success of the Section’s 2012 program on international family law, this conference will guide U.S. and foreign lawyers in representing international families through a myriad of issues, including issues related to property, money, children, and long term planning, particularly as it relates to cases in Asia.
Program Topics Include:
• Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments and Orders in Asia
• Domestic Violence Allegations in International Family Cases
• Primer on Asian Family Law
• Immigration and Its Impact on International Family Law
• Military Families in the Asia-Pacific
• Finding Hidden Overseas Assets
• Estate Planning for Families that Span Two Continents
• The Implementation and Future of the 1996 Hague Child Protection Convention in the U.S.
• The Promise of the 1980 Hague Child Abduction Convention in Asia
The International Practice Section of the Washington State Bar Association is a Cooperating Entity on this event, and members of the IPS can register for the conference at the discounted ABA Section of International Law Member Rates by using the hardcopy registration form. Please visit http://ambar.org/seattle2014