I got married in England but we now have connections with other countries, does it mean my divorce has to be here?
When will the English family courts deal with divorce?
What are the grounds for a divorce in England?
If I got married abroad, does it mean my divorce has to be in the same country?
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What is the legal status of your relationship? What if it occurred abroad? If it sadly breaks down, what proceedings can be brought in England? When might it be important to consider proceedings abroad? When can financial claims be brought? Is there a difference between marriage and cohabitation? What about if there has already been a divorce abroad?
In our experience in acting for many domestic and international families, these questions arise frequently.
At iFLG, we believe in helping families to understand the law and resolve any family disputes as simply, quickly and cost effectively as possible.
Our Question and Answer format seeks to distil the law. It is our hope is that it will help many people better understand their legal status and answer any questions regarding their relationship and any claims which they may want to bring.
Legal advice should always be taken. Particular circumstances may change the outcome. But we believe that this should help many people understand and work towards a fair settlement.