Top 10 FAQ about divorce white paper

For expats living in the Netherlands

What divorce means for expats in the Netherlands

The world is global, and so are today’s marriages. When it comes to getting divorced this can make it complicated – but for expats who wish to divorce in the Netherlands, it’s possible to make it easier.

In a new white paper, Marjet Groenleer answers the top 10 most frequently asked questions about divorce for expats living in the Netherlands. Discover your rights and obligations, key points to consider and benefit from tips about Dutch divorce law.

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