The Alexandre Boiché Firm
specializes in international and French family law
This branch of private law governs the relationships between individuals who are related by marriage or family ties. Although there is no universally recognized legal definition of family, the family is nonetheless covered by several international agreements that aim to recognize and protect the rights of children.
Globalization has led to an increase in family matters that involve a foreign aspect (binational couples, expatriated families, birth or death abroad) to which international laws apply: laws on divorce, marriage contracts, inheritances, international child abductions, etc.
Both French and international family law are constantly evolving, which is why the members of the firm keep up to date with the changes, both through their participation in various committees and conferences and through their many publications on family law.