Brazil is now the 36th nation to ratify the Hague Convention on Child Support. The Convention will go into effect on November 1, 2017.
Posts from the ‘Family Law’ Category
A recent change in Brazilian law simplifies the process through which a divorce in another country secures recognition in Brazil.
Brazil's already restrictive abortion law may get even more restrictive as Congress considers requiring rape victims to undergo intensive questioning before having an abortion.
A civil union of three women in Rio sparks controversy as Brazil faces challenges to the concept of traditional marriage.
In an effort to minimize the risks caused by caesarean births, Brazil enacts legislation to encourage women and their doctors to consider live births.
In an effort to curb violence against women, Brazil has implemented the Maria da Penha law, which aims to stiffen penalties for acts of femicide.
International divorces don't need to be complicated. With the help of a lawyer, spouses that were married in Brazil can now get divorced quickly and easily.