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.
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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Re 1: Ok, so he is NOT and has ever been the legal father. Without establishing paternity, he has absolutely no legal ties, no rights and no obligations towards the child. Re 4: No. § 1598a BGB does
I think there is some confusion here. 1) If your fiancé and the mother were not married, then he could only have become the legal father either by officially acknowledging paternity or by a court order
Dear Grace, he doesn't really need to wait for the 3 years. After being separated for one year, he can file for divorce and only needs to prove that they have been separated (easy if he lives in
Dear Tyler, if you already have a case with the Consulate or if you inform the Consulate that they will receive the birth certificate and for what purpose, you may indeed ask the archive in Hamburg
Dear Tyler, the census documents are not 100% proof because they rely on self-reporting, but in the absence of any other documents, I would include copies of them and hope that they would be accepted