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Fleur Claoue de Gohr

Paralegal | International Family Law Group LLP

Fleur Claoue de Gohr is a Paralegal at iFLG. She is experienced in many elements of international family law, and assists within the Divorce, Finance and Forum team and also in the Children team where she handles cases involving Hague and non-Hague child abduction proceedings. Fleur speaks fluent French and Spanish.

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Paralegal | International Family Law Group LLP

Fleur Claoue de Gohr is a Paralegal at iFLG. She is experienced in many elements of international family law, and assists within the Divorce, Finance and Forum team and also in the Children team where she handles cases involving Hague and non-Hague child abduction proceedings. Fleur speaks fluent French and Spanish.

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