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Expatriate Law advise on the full range of family law issues, for expats who are married or separated, same sex couples, those considering marriage and wanting to protect their wealth and those with children. Read our free advice guides below to learn more about the work we undertake and how we may assist you. Our case studies may also offer some useful insight.

Thinking of divorcing in Belgium? Click here to watch the interview

European Divorce Series: Belgium

European Interview Series: Belgium In our latest installment in our European interview series, Sophie Capo-Bianco, Senior Associate at Expatriate Law,…

Child and Spousal Maintenance Explained

Spousal and child maintenance – what’s the difference? Spousal maintenance Spousal maintenance can be ordered for married couples who separate.…

European Divorce Series: Portugal

European Interview Series: Portugal The latest installment in our series looks at divorce as a foreign national in Portugal. Essential…
Promised the house

I was Promised the House!

The Promise of a Property – What Are Your Rights? If someone promises you a property or an interest in…
British Expat divorce in Sweden Q&A interview

European Divorce Series: Sweden

European Interview Series: Sweden Thinking of divorcing in Sweden? This interview is essential viewing and provides an overview for international…
British Expat divorce in Spain Q&A - 1x1

European Interview Series: Spain

European Interview Series: Spain Alexandra Tribe, Managing Partner at Expatriate Law, interviews divorce lawyer Mónica Bardají Pujadas of Bardají Avocats…

Tips for Reducing Your Legal Fees

Tips for Reducing your Legal Fees Unfortunately, like with any legal issues, legal costs can escalate within family law matters,…
No Fault Divorce

No Fault Divorce

No Fault Divorce The new law explained At long last the change that we have all been waiting for is…
Jewish divorce and the Get

Jewish Divorce and the Get

Jewish Divorce and the Get How we can help: Our firm advises British expats overseas and those expats with links to…
Interim maintenance during divorce

Interim Maintenance

Interim Maintenance My spouse has cut off financial support; what can I do? Going through a divorce can be a…
Divorcing a Narcissist

How to Divorce a Narcissist

How to Divorce a Narcissist Tips and Advice for Divorcing a Narcissist No one would choose to get involved with…
Consent orders

What is a Consent Order?

What is a consent order and why do I need one? A consent order is a record of an agreement…

Using Adultery for Divorce

“My spouse has cheated and I want a divorce – now what? The breakdown of any marriage can be a…
Inheritance and Divorce

Inheritance and Divorce

Inheritance – does my husband or wife have a claim on divorce? You may feel that an inheritance from your…
BIGAMY

What is Bigamy?

Bigamy and Polygamous Marriages: What’s the difference? Bigamy is the offence of marrying someone whilst already being married to someone…

School Fees and Divorce

Who pays the school fees on divorce? We find that the payment school fees on divorce is often a contentious…
How to Divorce from Abroad

How to Divorce From Abroad

How to Divorce From Abroad The idea of divorcing whilst overseas can be a daunting prospect. Researching how to divorce…

International Divorce Lawyers

Do I need an International Divorce Lawyer? Expatriate Law are a team of specialist international divorce lawyers who work exclusively…
Form E

How to Prepare a Form E

How to Prepare a Form E What is a Form E? When a marriage has broken down irretrievably, both parties…
Alexandra Tribe and Byron James

Remote Court Hearings: Conduct

Remote Court Hearings: Conduct Alexandra Tribe, Managing Partner of Expatriate Law, and Byron James, Partner at Expatriate Law Dubai, discuss…
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