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Looking for a lawyer handling British matrimonial law

Old Aug 3rd 2008, 2:48 pm
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Anyone know of a lawyer who handles British matrimonial law in Abu Dhabi?
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Old Aug 8th 2008, 7:22 am
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Depends for what, is it divorce or marriage,

please let me know

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Old Aug 8th 2008, 9:54 am
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Depends for what, is it divorce or marriage,

please let me know

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Friend wants to divorce and both parties are Brits so she needs a good lawyer to give her advice so she knows her rights relative to living here.
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Old Aug 8th 2008, 2:41 pm
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In case of divorce, it makes no difference. If they get divorced by law in any country and she is under his sponsership (or his work), she will loose all rights to live there.



Does she work? Kids involved? Are they in agreement? There are so many options, and please note that a divorce for a non-muslim in the ME takes a long time.

Otherwise send me a pm, if you do not want to give more info.

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There was a couple of threads on the subject a couple months back you might be able to find as I think there were some recommendations...
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There was a couple of threads on the subject a couple months back you might be able to find as I think there were some recommendations...

Will see what I can find. thanks
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With the nightmare one of my friends is going through at the moment I would suggest your friend files for divorce in the UK especially if children involved and its not amicable
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With the nightmare one of my friends is going through at the moment I would suggest your friend files for divorce in the UK especially if children involved and its not amicable
Thanks will advise her.
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