19 Feb 2019
Parental alienation, as it has come to be known, is a term that has been used with increasing frequency in the debate over child contact, following the separation of the child(ren)'s parents. Donna Roberts explains.Read more
McAlister Family Law are world-leading experts in Child and Family Law, practicing English law in the divorce capital of the world for a wide range of national and international clients. Our team have represented clients from countries around the world, including USA, Dubai, Australia, France and Germany.
Our International team is headed by partner Liz Cowell, who is a Deputy District Judge and a member of the International Academy of Family lawyers (IAFL), a worldwide association of practicing lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the most experienced and skilled Family Law specialists in their respective countries.
All our international work is conducted from our London office which is located conveniently close to the Central Family Court where all of our international cases are issued and heard.
Our international clients
Our expert lawyers use their individual knowledge, language skills and worldwide contacts to advise a range of clients including:
The McAlister children team are experts in international Child Law and have represented both parents and children from around the world. We are specialists in child abduction and international child relocation.
14 Feb 2019
When married couples separate, the divorce itself is intended to be a straight forward procedure, even more so when no-fault divorce is made law. But with divorce comes the issue of resolving your financial arrangements. Everything relevant is considered: the assets of the marriage, which might be the matrimonial home and/or other properties - perhaps a holiday home - any business interests, savings, investments and, of course, pensions.Read more
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