Getting a Divorce in Denmark Just Got Harder

by admin on July 23, 2019

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Denmark recently changed its laws to make it harder for couples to get a divorce.

Previously, Danish divorce laws allowed for those seeking a split to do so by simply filling out an online form.

With the change though, Danes will now have to wait three months and undergo marriage counseling before the divorce can be legally recognized.

Currently, Denmark has one of the highest divorce rates in Europe, with over 15,000 divorces in 2018 alone, which is equivalent to nearly half of the marriages for that same year.

Thialand divorce attorneys assist in carrying out divorce cases in both administrative and court settings.

According to the authors behind the bill, the change will help reduce the human and financial costs associated with divorces.

In addition to the three-month waiting period, a “cooperation after divorce” course taken via an online application will try to make it so families can reduce the fallout from a divorce for everyone involved.

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