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Law Office of Advokat Erik A. Oyen

Law Office of Advokat Erik A. Oyen

Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway International Law Attorney

Phone+47 22 33 8700

Advokat Erik A. Oyen, located in Oslo, Norway, provides legal services to private individuals and companies with particular attention to international law and foreign clients.
Concentrating on international law and foreign clients, Erik A. Oyen is well positioned to assist foreigners...

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  • Advokatfirmaet Schjølberg DA

    Oslo, Norway

    Private Client law firm in Oslo, Norway

    Phone +47 22 33 66 82

    Established in 1986, Advokatfirmaet Schjølberg DA advises on all private client matters from offices in the center of Oslo. We take on assignments all over Norway. Our areas of expertise include inheritance and probate matters, family law and litigation (within those areas). A growing part of our...

  • Advokatfirma Turid Mæland

    Oslo, Norway

    Family, Bankruptcy and Criminal Lawyers in Bergen, Norway

    Phone +47 (55) 232-550

    Law firm Turid Mæland was established in 1995. ; Attorney business is mainly concentrated on the public administration of estates and estate, inheritance, criminal matters, real estate law and child welfare.; The law firm Turid Mæland will endeavor to safeguard the interests of the client in the...

  • Advokateirmaet Stabell & Co.

    Oslo, Norway

    Oslo, Norway Litigation, Employment and Family Law Office

    Phone +47 (22) 404140

    Advokateirmaet Stabell & Co. run our practice in Oslo since 1998, and currently consists of ten lawyers and one secretary. Our office is located very centrally in the city center, just 100 meters from the courthouse.; We are general law practice and has extensive litigation experience in all areas....

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Child Custody Law

Child custody lawyers are usually Family Law practitioners and are able to provide services in other related areas, as well, such as child support, visitation and paternity. These attorneys most often practice divorce law, too. Although 49 U.S. states have adopted the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), these lawyers must be knowledgeable about the child custody laws specific to the state in which they practice.