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China's anti-trust law

The IPR article in China's Anti-Monopoly Law, effective August 1, does not challenge either the possession of an IPR or the legitimate use of an IPR. Instead, it works with the existing IPR legal framework to protect and encourage innovation.

China’s Anti-Trust Law, which was enacted on August 1, 2008, is expected to change China’s competition landscape.

For quite some time, the Chinese state dominated the economy, determining what to produce at what quantity and what to sell at what price.  Even with the reform, the state still “monopolizes” such sectors as telecommunications, utilities, and petroleum with state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the name of protecting the nation’s strategic interests.  The protectionist policy has been criticized for behaviors such as charging excessively high prices, providing low-quality services, and receiving excessive profits and eroded the competitiveness of these companies as well.

 

Protection During the Divorce Process

As you make your way through the divorce process, you want to make certain that your interests are protected. You want to take care of your children and your relationship with them. You want your fair share of the marital property and income. You want the best possible result. I have the experience to provide the advice and advocacy you need as your family is reorganized, whether you are wealthy or you are just scraping by.

 

Why I want to write something about China Law

China Law Blog

There are few really good blogs written in English about China law, most of which are full of advertisement for lawyer's businesses. It's not a good pratice as I see it. Considering that I always have something want to share with others, especially foreigners. My aim for writing this blog is to let foreigners, including attorneys of other jurisdiction and those who are in need of legal service in China, to learn more about China law.

 

Child Custody Basics

 

If there are children involved in your divorce, the divorce courts will make child custody arrangements. Most states grant parents equal custody rights if it's in the best interest of the child. We are china divorce lawyers. We are experienced in child custody case.

With equal child custody rights, both parents have joint child custody, which may include both legal and physical custody. It's also possible for one parent to have sole physical child custody, while the non-custodial parent shares legal custody and gets generous child visitation rights.

In many states, the courts must consider the child's wishes - if he or she is old enough to comprehend making a decision. The parents' wishes and the relationships between the child and parents, siblings and other people that are involved in the family unit may also be considered. Each state has specific child custody guidelines that help determine custody.

Child Custody Arrangements


Depending on the circumstances and state guidelines, the divorce courts will decide on a child custody arrangement that will best provide for the child. During divorce or legal separation, the courts may grant temporary child custody rights to one of the parents.

These orders may not stay once the divorce is finalized but help give the child an established schedule and routine during the divorce process.

If there is more than one child, typically the children live together for moral support, but the court may separate the children between parents. It may also be possible for the divorce courts to award child custody to a third party or close family member.

Typically, the biological parents are considered fit to raise the child, unless there is evidence that suggests otherwise. The burden of proving a parent unfit is a high one and generally isn't an issue in most divorces.

Get Advice on Child Custody from a China divorce lawyer


Child custody depends on the circumstances of your divorce and living arrangements. Learn about state divorce laws regarding child custody may be affect your relationship with your child by speaking to a local China divorce lawyer.

Fill out a divorce case review form or send email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to set up a preliminary consultation today. If your child custody case doesn't involve a divorce, we may still be able to connect you with a local attorney who is familiar with family law in your state.

 

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The lawyer strives to protect your personal information; however, we urge you to take every precaution to protect your personal data when you are on the Internet. Change your passwords often, use a combination of letters

 

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Children under 13 years old are not the target audience for our Web site. To protect their privacy, the lawyer prohibits the solicitation of personal information from these children.

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