Flora Huang is a leading Shanghai-based lawyer specializing in international family law (divorce, child custody and separation), formal legal opinion letters, corporate law, contracts and litigation/arbitration.
As a legal professional, Flora is recognized for her versatility, creative problem-solving and penchant for innovation. Her outstanding expertise has been distinguished in handling countless complex corporate matters involving incorporation, and corporate governance, in addition to serving as general counsel for numerous foreign-invested enterprises.
A legal pioneer, Ms. Huang has played a central role in developing the practice of foreign-related divorce (where one or both spouses are expats living in China) and is widely considered as China’s foremost expert on complex international divorce and family law matters.
In recognition of her integrity and expertise, Flora has provided expert reports in relation to Chinese family law to numerous foreign courts, including those in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition Flora has been interviewed on numerous occasions by Chinese and foreign media alike, including by China Daily, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Marie Claire, SMG, CCTV and France24.
Flora graduated from China’s top East China University of Political Science and Law with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree in Chinese law with a specialization in international business. She is admitted to practice in all of Mainland China and is a full member of China Lawyers Association and the Shanghai Bar Association.
Flora is currently a Partner at Shanghai Kaimao Law Firm following nearly a decade at another leading Chinese firm.
Flora’s professional services include:
(a) International Family Law (China expat divorce, separation, child custody, division of property and real estate, prenuptial agreements);
(b) Corporate Counsel (downsizing, reorganization, WFOE, JV, contracting, corporate governance, shareholder affairs, investment, M & A, finance, asset restructuring, debt collection, employment disputes, and general legal advice);
(c) Litigation & Arbitration (all Chinese courts, major arbitration centers including CIETAC, SHIAC, and SAC);
(d) Intellectual Property (strategy planning, litigation/appeals, copyright and trademark protection);
(e) Real Estate (conveyancing, investment, escrow, demolition/relocation, disputes over proprietorship).
Education: East China University of Political Science and Law, LL.B.
Bar Admission: Mainland China, 2007
License: A-level, National
Languages: English, Chinese
Affiliations: China Bar Association, Shanghai Bar Association