Aleksandar Pavleski
Lawyer | Partner

Attorney Pavleski Aleksandar is the founder of the Pavleski Law. In his practice, he exclusively deals with family law. Although he has extensive experience in all areas of family law, he is mainly involved in family cases with an international element. Such cases are generally extremely complex matters of international divorce, international relocation of a child, international child abduction and international exercise of parental rights.

Dual-qualified in Serbia and Montenegro, Aleksandar is a recognized authority in complex international high net worth cases, having acted in many high-profile divorces and complex child disputes. In addition to representation in these two countries, he is regularly involved international family law cases that are handled in other countries when the case has a connection with Serbia and when specific knowledge of Serbian Family Law is required.

As a family lawyer, Aleksandar always strives to settle cases. However, when family disputes arise, Alexander’s detailed analysis and preparation of cases, as well as his ability to find creative solutions make him extremely successful in family court proceedings.

He speaks Serbian and English.

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    Membership:

    • Belgrade Bar Association
    • Serbian Bar Association
    • International Bar Association (London, Great Britain)
    • Careful child relocation (Voorburg, Netherlands)
    • International association of young lawyers – AIJA (Brussels, Belgium)
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    International conferences and seminars participation:

    • 2024 IBA – Surrogacy and the best interest of the child (online)
    • 2023 IAFL Conference – Introduction to European Family Law (Bucharest, Romania)
    • 2023 IAFL Conference – European Family Law (Venice, Italy)
    • 2022 IAFL Conference – Introduction to European Family Law (Ibiza, Spain)

Recent work highlights:

  • Successfully represented a wife in a Serbian-German divorce before the Serbian court, in which the Serbian court accepted the mother’s request for sole custody and that the child could relocate with her from Germany to Serbia.


  • He was engaged in a complex Anglo-Hungarian dispute regarding the exercise of parental rights, which was conducted before a Hungarian court. The client (English national) is the father of minor children, and he lives in Serbia. The children were in Hungary. The mother has Hungarian citizenship and lives in Malta and has sole custody over children. In this procedure, Aleksandar Pavleski assisted his colleagues from Hungary to provide relevant evidence and reports in Serbia on the conditions in which the children would live with their father. The procedure ended with the amendment of the existing judgment by which the children were previously entrusted to the mother and the court’s permission for the children to relocate in Serbia with the father, who will independently exercise parental rights over them.


  • He represented a husband in a challenging divorce proceeding in which the client was sued by his wife for alleged physical violence against her and the child. During the court procedure, it was proven before the court that there was no domestic violence and the desired model of visitation between the child and the client was established.


  • Before the court in Herceg Novi (Montenegro), he successfully represented the husband, who is a citizen of Montenegro, against his wife, who is a citizen of Colombia, in international divorce proceedings. Regardless of the wife’s refusal to participate in the divorce proceedings, the proceedings ended very quickly, and the marriage was divorced.


  • He represented the client in the process of children relocation from Serbia to the United Arab Emirates because the client received an exceptional business offer. After a few months of the initiation of several procedures by our law firm, the case was resolved by an agreement between the parties on relocation.


  • He represented a mother before the Serbian court in the process of relocation the child with her to Germany. Before and during the procedure, there was disagreement from the child’s father for relocation. The procedure ended by the court accepting the mother’s request that the child relocate with her.
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