Kelly Rutherford whose children live in France with her ex has to travel there to see them because the Ex has no visa to America. She will know become familiar with the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in order for her to be prepared to enforce her custody and visitation in France. A court ruled that her flexible schedule would allow her the time to see her kids.
TMZ.com is reporting that she is “devastated” – understandable in that any large distance between parent and child makes bonding difficult.
International child custody cases like this are always difficult on the parties, and especially the children. We’ve worked with parents and lawyers multiple countries and it’s never easy, but positive outcomes can be achieved with experienced and knowledgeable attorneys.