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In the Best Interests of the Court:
What American Lawyers Need to
Know about Child Custody
and Visitation in Japan
Jul 27th, 2010

Colin Jones, law professor at Doshisha University in Kyoto, has written a paper titled “IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE COURT:  WHAT AMERICAN LAWYERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION IN JAPAN”. The title speaks for itself. If you are divorced, thinking about getting a divorce, or know someone that is divorced, I highly recommend that they read this long and informative paper about the Family Courts in Japan. Professor Jones discusses judges, mediators, investigators, custody (shinken & kangoken), visitation rights, and more. You can read the full 104 page pdf report here.

Wanted by the FBI – Reiko Nakata
May 14th, 2010

UNLAWFUL FLIGHT TO AVOID PROSECUTION – CHILD ABDUCTION REIKO NAKATA GREENBERG-COLLINS Alias: Reiko Nakata-Greenberg, Reiko Nakata, Reiko Greenberg, Reiko Nakata Greenberg, Reiko Nakata Greenberg-Collin DESCRIPTION Date of Birth Used: June 3, 1964 Hair: Black Place of Birth: Japan Eyes: Brown Height: 5’5″ Sex: Female Weight: 110 pounds Race: Asian Occupation: Unknown Remarks: Reiko Greenberg-Collins is believed to be residing in Japan with Keisuke Collins.. THE CRIME On June 16, 2008, Reiko Nakata Greenberg-Collins is believed to have left Santa Ana, California, with her six-year-old son, Keisuke Christian Collins, and travelled to Japan. At the time, Greenberg-Collins was involved in a [Continue Reading...]

Bumpy road to child custody pact
Mar 8th, 2010

There was a good article in the Asahi Shimbun about the problems surrounding child custody issues in Japan. The article talks about Japan being the only G-7 country to not sign the Hague Convention, Kurt Campbell’s opinion about every child needing both parents, the increase in international marriages & the fact that divorces & child custody issues will increase proportionally, Japan’s sole custody vs. the western viewpoint of joint custody, Tanase sensei’s veiwpoint that Japan should get adopt a more international approach . Click on the link to read the article. Article here

Petitioning Citizens in Nishinomiya, Japan for Joint Custody
Feb 24th, 2010

Oyako-net Kansai was handing out flyers to raise awareness about joint custody in Japan. They are also petitioning the diet to reform Family Law in Japan. Now Japan is the only G-7 country that does not have joint custody and they are also the only G-7 country that has not signed the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction.

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