Articles for December 2012

With the accession of the Republic of Korea earlier this month, the Hague Child Abduction Convention now has a total of 89 contracting states.
The unfolding drama surrounding intercountry adoption in Russia is the biggest international family law story of the year, with events now posing a crisis for many US families whose adoptions had already been approved.
This week marked the second appearance of the Hague Child Abduction Convention in the U.S.   Supreme Court, with the oral arguments in Chafin v.
A new Policy Memorandum from U.S.
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