Tag: U.S.
Mother turns to Hague Convention to compel return of sons from Russia
An American mother living in England has turned to an international treaty that only recently entered into force in Russia in order to compel the return of her young sons, who have been living with their father in Russia since they failed to return from what was meant to be a brief Christmas holiday, RAPSI has learned from the mother's London-based solicitor Carolina Marin Pedreno, a partner at law firm Dawson Cornwell.