A judicial separation is virtually identical to that which applies to a divorce. The essential difference is that the court will make a judicial separation order rather than a final order in divorce and therefore you and your spouse would remain married. This option might appeal to you if you have a religious or cultural objection to divorce or you wish to remain married in order to retain your automatic entitlements arising under your spouse’s pension. The Court places much greater weight on prenup and postnuptial agreements since a case called Radmacher v Granatino went to the Court of Appeal in 2010.
Whether you have a formal DIVORCE through the courts, or a private DEED OF SEPARATION you will need some advice to ensure you are protected appropriately throughout. Suing a foreign company requires service of process through the processes set forth perdana4peace in the Hague Convention. It is imperative … Read More