Dr Anita Vimlati


Contact Details

Dr Anita Vimlati Law Office

Varosmajor utca 13
Budapest
1122
Hungary


Profile

Anita is a trusted family law expert for Hungarian and international families. With a special focus on cross-border cases, she has been practising family law in Budapest for over 14 years. She combines top quality legal advice with empathy, genuine attention and clarity. She has extensive experience in all areas of family law, with particular expertise in drafting and negotiating parenting plans, pre- and post-nuptial agreements and financial settlements. Anita frequently advises on Hague Convention issues, child relocation & removal, and cross-border movements of children. Anita's practice focuses on jurisdictional issues, cohabitation/separation, divorce, child arrangements, child abduction, maintenance, property issues, enforcement of foreign orders, succession, financial issues. She strongly believes in a less adversarial approach to divorce. Not all cases need to be litigated and Anita aims to ensure that her clients do not go to court if they do not have to, but that if they do, the dispute is dealt with professionally. She is an advocate for clients in court proceedings at all levels of court in Hungary. Anita has provided legal expert opinion to the courts of England and Wales and Australia on Hungarian law and the mechanism by which a parental order made by a British or Australian court can be recognised and enforced in Hungary. Anita is registered in the National Register of Hungarian Mediators and has also completed training in cross-border family mediation. She has a strong interest in the human side of the law and has been searching for a better understanding of the psychology of family law. Anita is a co-author of the Careful Child Relocation team, providing reliable information on how to ensure the best interests of the child during migration and divorce and she is a supporting member of Academy of European Law (ERA)

Languages Spoken: English, Hungarian

Practice Areas: Child Custody/Residence/Visitation/Contact, Child Support, Cohabitation, Collaborative Law, Divorce, Enforcement: Child Custody, Enforcement: Child Support, Enforcement: Property Division, Finance: Property Issues, Hague Convention/Child Abduction, Mediation, Modification/Variation: Child Custody, Modification/Variation: Child Support, Modification/Variation: Property Division, Parentage/Paternity, Pre-nuptial/Post-nuptial Agreements, Relocation/Removal from Jurisdiction, Spousal Support/Maintenance/Alimony, Succession Law


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