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The American Society of International Law (ASIL) gives us a broad definition of the term “Private international law” in its “Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law”:

“Private international law is the body of conventions, model laws, national laws, legal guides, and other documents and instruments that regulate private relationships across national borders.”

Stated in plain language, it tells us that this is a body of international agreements, treaties and national laws by which a set of rules has been established in order to balance national sovereignty and obligations undertaken by national sovereignty by adopting and ratifying international conventions, treaties and agreements. The rules have to do with three major areas: jurisdiction (or where the case is going to be decided), choice of law (or which national laws will be used in deciding the case) and recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments (or whether and/or how the judgment will be enforced in the country where enforcement is sought).

Foreign element comes in different ways and shapes. For example, parties to the contract come from different countries or marriage between individuals with different national citizenship. In such circumstances, a variety of legal issues concerning different national and international rules regarding procedural and substantive law arise. Based on these legal issues a dispute is resolved.

Our office represents clients in Serbia coming from all over the world. We pride ourselves for our ability to fully understand issues they come to us with, our experience, professionalism and integrity in dealing with complex private international law issues, and our ability to assist our clients in accomplishing their goals.

We have also assisted our clients with issues in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland, to name a few. Whether a simple inquiry with the Family Court, or getting the right assistance with child support, we have been able to land the client a helping hand when they needed it most.

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