Hague Convention

International Child Abduction is normally committed by another parent. Fortunately, there is an international treaty, the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. This Convention is honoured by most countries in the world, including by all the Provinces and Territories in Canada, and the Canadian government, that with the assistance of experienced lawyers, works very well in recovering such abducted children in most cases.

This website is dedicated to answering basic questions on where to turn and how to help parents and guardians confronted with the nightmare faced when a child is suddenly torn from their usual home and is removed to a foreign jurisdiction, including Canada. Garfin Zeidenberg LLP is particularly experienced to bring your child home.


 
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Nothing on this website should be relied upon as legal advice. All information on this website is general in nature and neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John T. Syrtash shall be held legally liable in the event that any party relies on any information recited herein to their detriment. All readers are strongly advised to seek the counsel of a highly experienced family law lawyer in their jurisdiction before taking any steps in respect of their questions or problems.