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Divorce Archive - May 2014

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The Rome III Regulation

Greece has become the most recent EU state to sign up to Council Regulation (EU) No. 1259/2010 (known as the ‘Rome III Regulation’). This regulation enables couples from two different countries to agree in advance which law would apply in the event of their divorce or legal separation. In the event that the couple cannot agree, judges will... Read More

Grounds for divorce: adultery or unreasonable behaviour?

There is only one ground on which a petition for divorce may be filed at court by either spouse: that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. The petitioner for the divorce must satisfy the court that the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage has occurred, and therefore must file for divorce on the basis of various rationales... Read More
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