David Hodson OBE and Ann Thomas of iFLG have written and published the fourth edition (July 2017) of “WHEN CUPID’S ARROW CROSSES NATIONAL BOUNDARIES: a guide for international families”. Available from iFLG.
It is an easy to read, essential companion for international families and those working abroad who form romantic relationships. It guides the reader through the complex area of international family law and deals with practical issues during relationships. It helps the reader to use the legal system to their advantage in any relationship breakdown.
WHEN CUPID’S ARROW CROSSES NATIONAL BOUNDARIES is a question and answer guide and offers sound suggestions and practical advice. It contains useful websites and an indispensable glossary of commonly used legal terms.
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