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Many separating couples have ties with other countries. Our expert lawyers can help you.
Many separating couples have ties with other countries, whether by birth or due to spending all or much of their time living in a different country. In situations such as these, there are different issues to consider.
The division of financial assets in England and Wales can differ significantly to how they are split in other countries. In order to decide which country you would be best placed to commence divorce proceedings in, you should consider the way in which assets are potentially split, and also where those assets are located, for example any foreign property.
Child arrangements are primarily determined by the jurisdiction of the courts where the children are habitually resident. However, there could potentially be a ‘grey’ area depending upon the laws of a particular country or whether the child’s domicile is different to where they are currently residing and their circumstances at the time.
In order to commence legal divorce proceedings in England and Wales, there are certain criteria that must be met. These include:
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