GMW white paper: Top 10 FAQ about divorce
For expats living in the Netherlands
Our lives today are global. It’s not unusual for relationships to cross borders, or for couples to follow their careers to new countries and become expats.
When things go wrong, this can make the dissolution of a relationship much harder. In addition to the emotional burden, couples need to learn another country’s unfamiliar laws on marriage and divorce, sometimes in another language, in order to plan their futures.
This white paper is designed for expats living in the Netherlands who are considering getting divorced. It provides clear explanations of key points that could help make your international divorce a little easier. Produced by an expert divorce lawyer, you can be sure that it contains information you can trust.
Understand your rights and obligations within the divorce process. Get answers to commonly asked questions about getting divorced in the Netherlands, including:
… and much more …
This white paper is written by Susan Meijler of GMW lawyers. Susan is a family law expert who understands the specific needs of expats and regularly assists with complex international divorce questions. Contact Susan for help with both the financial aspects of divorce (financial settlement of the community property or prenuptial agreement, pension rights and alimony) and arrangements for children (parenting plans, contribution for care and education, relocation, international child abduction).
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