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Extensive experience in international family law, especially international child abductions and child custody cases. All other areas of German law as well: constitutional law, criminal law, business and contract law, immigration law, inheritance law, and so on.

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Lawyer in Germany from 2002 to 2009. Lawyer for US Army JAG Corps before. Bar-certified specialisation in family law and in administrative law. Articles and lectures about international and domestic family law.



2000 Law Degree from University of Regensburg, Germany 2002 admitted to the bar (until 2009) 2013 MA Philosophy at the Open University, UK

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2016-07-23 Child Support after 18:

Dear Ann,    your husband has nothing to worry about.     If he has an e-mail or a letter from mother and/or child (she is an adult now and thus no longer legally represented by her mother) about the changed

2016-07-12 14 StAG: strong ties and the public interest:

Hello Matt,    while you do have considerable ties to Germany, they do not reach the level required for an application according to 14 StAG to be successful. As this application is granted by discretion

2016-07-06 Questions Regarding 14 StAG:

Dear Chris,    the cases of applicants born to German mothers prior to 1975 are usually granted because the current application of 14 StAG is in a way a restitution for past discrimination by the German

2016-06-30 German citizenship after Brexit:

Dear Barbara,    I share your dismay about the result of the Brexit referendum, but unfortunately in your case there is no direct or easy way to German citizenship.    Because your mother was no longer

2016-06-28 German birth mother but adopted by a British family.:

Dear Saskia,    as your mother was German at the time of your birth, you automatically received German citizenship at birth. It didn't matter that the birth took place in another country, nor that you


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