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If you have connections between New Zealand and England and are preparing for a divorce, you may be able to choose to have your divorce under English divorce law.
At Goodwins Family Law Solicitors, we have a wealth of experience handling international divorce cases, using our knowledge of New Zealand divorce law to advise you on the most suitable jurisdiction for your case.
Our knowledgeable and friendly team work with discretion and sensitivity to provide thorough insight to help you make a fully informed decision. We offer a Skype consultation service so you can discuss your case with us from anywhere in New Zealand, and will deliver honest, transparent legal advice whatever your circumstances.
If you’re unsure as to whether English law would be beneficial for your divorce, we’re happy to advise on this during an initial fixed-fee consultation. Should you decide to go ahead with your divorce in an English court, we will work efficiently to gain your chosen jurisdiction so you can move ahead with your divorce.
To discuss your case with one of our London-based international divorce solicitors, simply contact us today.
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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