Absolute divorce

Absolute divorce – in the meaning given by the Family Law, the term refers to the situation of final, legal ending of wedlock, usually proclaimed in the form of a court decision. It may be obtained from the base of misconduct or wrongful actions done by one of the spouses. The absolute divorce decision changes the legal status of the ex-spouses from “married” to “single”; also shares the assets of the ex-spouses between them; decides about where the kids will live, etc. It is also known as “divorce vinculo matrimonii”. This type of divorce differs than the limited divorce, which represents only a separation from living together and not official ending the marriage.See also “Grounds for divorce”

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