The New Divorce By Mutual Consent in France: Recognition and Risks of Post-Divorce Litigation in Common-Law Countries: The Examples of England and the United States
Delphine Eskenazi, Carmel Brown, and Jeremy D. Morley
Delphine Eskenazi is admitted to practice before the New York and Paris bars. She has developed a specific expertise in international family law, particularly in French-US and cross-border litigation. She also acts as an expert on French legal questions before foreign courts. She is a lecturer in several international conferences on family law and a member of the International Academy of Family Law.
Carmel Brown is an assistant solicitor in the family team at Irwin Mitchell in London, England. She deals with a wide range of children and family matters frequently with international elements. Ms. Brown has particular experience in dealing with complex financial disputes, often including difficult trust, tax and company issues.
Jeremy D. Morley, a New York attorney, concentrates solely on international family law. He works collaboratively with co-counsel throughout the United States and globally, is frequently an expert witness on international family law issues and lectures on international family law. He is the former co-chair of the International Family Law Committee of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association. He is a also member of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Mr. Morely is the author of "International Family Law Practice,"(Thompson West 2016), a leading treatise for U.S. practitioners, and "The Hague Abduction Convention: Practical Issues and Procedures for the Family Lawyer,"published by the American Bar Association.