Guestblog by Brigitte Lhoest International family law in Europe was historically an area predominantly regulated by national law.
Guestblog by Brigitte Lhoest The Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (further: the Convention) is a multilateral treaty, which seeks to protect
Scherpe, J.M., E. Bargelli (eds.), The Interaction Between Family Law, Succession Law and Private International Law. Adapting to Change, 2021
'The book aims to be a key tool for drafting or considering new private law instruments in succession and family laws.
Bernard, E., M. Cresp, M. Ho-Dac (Sous la dir. de), La famille dans l'ordre juridique de l'Union européenne = Family within the Legal Order of the European Union, 2020
Le droit de la famille, dans sa dimension civiliste, fortement ancré dans les cultures nationales des États membres, est une matière qui ne relève pas, en principe, du droit de l’Union européenne.
The Special Commission on the Implementation of the 2007 Child Support Convention and of the Protocol on Applicable Law
From 10 to 17 November a Special Commission of the Conference on Private International Law (hereafter HCCH) on the implementation of the 2007 Child Support Convention and of the
Scherpe, J.M. and Bargelli, E. (eds.), The interaction between family law, succession law and private international law: adapting to change, 2021
There can be no doubt that both substantive family and succession law engage in significant interaction with private international law, and, in particular, the European Union instruments in the field.