International Family Law regarding Divorce, Hague Convention Cases, and Inheritance

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Compensation

In order for one party to claim compensation for divorce, the other party must be responsible for the breakdown of the marriage.

Compensation may be claimed in relation to such conduct as adultery and domestic violence. 

The conduct of the offending spouse must be as serious as that required by the law of torts under Article 709 of the Civil Code in order to form the basis of a compensation claim. 

Such compensation may be claimed either as part of, or separate from, the claim for distribution of property.


The following factors may be taken into account when calculating the amount of compensation:

The extent of liability of the other spouse for the causing the breakdown of the marriage

The degree of mental pain suffered by the spouse claiming compensation

The duration of the marriage

The social status of the other spouse

The capacity of the other spouse to pay compensation

The existence of a minor child

The necessity of financial support after the divorce

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information on divorce.

Distribution of
Matrimonial Property

Parental Authority and Visitation Rights

Maintenance (Share of Expenses Arising from a Marriage)

Contact information

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