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Divorce in Europe


There are various clauses covered under the European laws of divorce but when it comes to the family matters, the law is not having much to boast of. The various member states have their own set of rules to be followed when it comes to issues like child custody, guardianship, spouse maintenance, etc but the European law for divorce plays its role to ensure that the decisions taken in one country can be implemented in another one. It also plays a dominant role in determining in the establishing the decision that which country is authorized to hear the jurisdiction of a particular case.

As of now, there are not many rules made under the divorce laws of Europe to apply to typical cases like the custody of the child. In spite of the fact that the custody of the child cannot be decided by the divorce laws of Europe but still it has powers which says that orders may be made in one country but they can be put in affect in other country as well. The rules regarding the some matrimonial orders and certain parental responsibilities came into existence on March 1st 2001. Amendments were made in it on March 1st 2005. In all the divorce laws in.

Europe is a very complex network of rules which must be followed by individuals in Europe to get a divorce in the state.


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