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As divorce solicitors with wide-ranging experience in international divorce cases, Goodwins Family Law Solicitors can provide comprehensive legal advice for cases involving China and Hong Kong.
Based in London, we work with clients who have ties with Hong Kong or China and the UK, helping them to decide whether a divorce under English law will provide the best outcome for their divorce. We utilise our knowledge of Chinese divorce law and Hong Kong divorce law to provide professional, honest and in-depth insight into your case.
We can advise on potential outcomes should you opt for a divorce under English jurisdiction, and our free international Skype service allows you to discuss your case with us wherever you are in the UK, China or Hong Kong.
The team of international divorce solicitors here at Goodwins are committed to providing a personal, approachable service from start to finish. If you decide to move ahead with a divorce under English law, we will work hard to ensure you attain your jurisdiction, and we can then move forwards with building your case with you.
To discuss your case with us, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. We take a fully sensitive approach to all divorce cases, and are happy to advise whatever your circumstances.
Considerations during an international divorce
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The Goodwins Process
Consistency, quality and sensitivity are the key elements of our approach to each and every case. Our expert team will deal with your situation with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity, whilst striving to reach the best possible outcome.
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