Quite a number of readers have come to this blog through AllExperts, where I have been answering questions on German law for a decade. With more than a thousand thoroughly answered questions, my profile there was a great source of information on all aspects of German law.
But it ain’t no more.
Why? I don’t know. All I got was this e-mail with a few days’ advance warning that the site would be shut down.
No explanation was provided, even when I asked for it. Stupidly and annoyingly, AllExperts even made all previous answers inaccessible, proving my point that one should never rely on a free service like Facebook or Google for business communication. At the whim of a madman, everything can be taken offline. Come to think of it, maybe I should stop blogging and only write books from now on.
For those who still have questions, I point you to my ever-expanding list of FAQ:
- FAQ on my life as a traveler and digital nomad
- FAQ on traveling to Israel and other countries in the Middle East
- FAQ on getting German citizenship
- with an infographic for the visual types
- FAQ on getting naturalized as a German citizen without living in Germany (a really cool thing which not many countries offer)
- FAQ on getting married in Germany, and much more useful:
- FAQ on getting a divorce in Germany
- FAQ on child custody law in Germany
- FAQ on international child abduction
- FAQ on inheritance law in Germany
- FAQ on freedom of movement in the EU
- FAQ on filing a complaint with the Constitutional Court in Germany
- FAQ on my legal services
If there is anything else of particular interest to you, legal or otherwise, please let me know in the comment section below. If I notice a lot of demand for one particular subject, I will prioritize it, so get your friends to weigh in, too.