Fabiana Marcela Quaini
CABA - Buenos Aires - Mendoza
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Private international law governs civil and commercial law transactions and disputes that contain international elements. International cases need an important knowledge of the laws of different countries. Our 30 year experience lets us to guide you with appropriate advice to resolve problems arising from the institution of international private law; civil law, litigation, family law, custody, divorce, child abduction.
We assist the left-behind parent in international child abduction, serving the best interests of the child. We handle many cases of child abduction.
We also assist you in ART, surrogacy in Argentina. First leading case in surrogacy in Argentina was obtained by our law firm in April 2013.
LGBT are welcome in our law firm, we have experience in different family law areas in adoption, surrogacy, divorce and related areas.
Our law offices are located in Buenos Aires and Mendoza with a global network of contacts in Argentina and abroad. If the case is not in our jurisdiction, we work with a local lawyer who assists us and we can also represent you pro hac vice.
We offer clients highly personalized attention and a customized approach to each case. We attempt to resolve law disputes with the least amount of trauma. We know that cases have sensitive issues and we try to handle them in a sympathetic, civilised and positive manner, we act firmly and decisively to resolve them.
We present expert testimony as evidence in civil cases. We give testimony of witnesses to statements of concrete laws, knowledge, concerning Argentina civil and family law .
We handle service on a defendant who resides in Argentina. Service may comply with special procedures prescribed under the Hague Service Convention, if the recipient's country is a signatory, or it may be done by a lawyer or a Public Notary accordingly to the court order.