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If you reside in Canada, have connections to the UK and are preparing to go through with a divorce, then you may have a chance to proceed with your divorce under English law. You may also qualify if you live in the UK and have connections to Canada. With the aid of experienced international divorce solicitors here at Goodwins, you can help you make a fully informed decision regarding the best jurisdiction for your case.
Using our expertise and knowledge in English law, we can provide specific advice relevant to your situation. We will consult with you at length so we understand all the permutations of your case, and will advise on whether or not handling your case in an English court will provide the best outcome for you.
We offer a fixed-fee consultation so you can talk to us about your situation and receive some initial advice to help you proceed. Should you choose to go ahead with Goodwins Family Law Solicitors, we will work efficiently to help you gain English law as your jurisdiction. And if your divorce goes ahead under English law, we can represent you throughout your case.
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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