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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Dear Brianna, the first question is if your mother was ever German in the first place. That depends on whether her parents were married. If her parents were married, your mother did not receive German
If the German Youth Office has been asked to legally represent your child by your child's representative, then yes. According to § 1605 I BGB: https://dejure.org/gesetze/BGB/1605.html If you fail
Hallo Anne, aufgrund des Satzes "Es wird sich zeigen, ob diese Haltung des BMI in Kürze durch entsprechende Gerichtsentscheidungen überholt wird." würde ich nachfragen/recherchieren, ob derartige Gerichtsverfahren
Dear Shanti, 1) It's not true that the child will have to decide between German or Indian citizenship later. He will be able to keep both forever. 2) The father can ask for establishment of paternity
Hello Phil, because there was no German citizenship until 1871, I would need to know what citizenship your great-great-grandfather had. Then I would need to research the citizenship laws of that state