Michael Wells Greco
Michael advises individuals, banks and other organisations on cross-border private client and international family law matters. He is able to approach both common law and civil law issues from a practical perspective, Michael advises on all aspects of complex international succession planning and wealth structuring, with a particular focus on advising on bilateral investment and tax treaty structuring, governance and asset protection aspects. In the field of family law, Michael deals with a wide range of cross-border family work including divorce, financial claims, cohabitation issues, surrogacy and private law children disputes.
His work usually has an international perspective, often involving tax and trust implications, substantial assets or income. Michael is an Assistant Professor in private international law and international family law at Maastricht University and is a consultant lawyer to the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law. Michael is an active member of Resolution’s International Committee. Michael’s book, The status of children arising from inter-country surrogacy arrangements, has been published by Eleven International (2015). He is also a co-author of Horspool, Humphreys and Wells-Greco’s textbook, European Union Law (10th edition, 2018).