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Imagine a situation: you have been living in Poland with your spouse for years, but, unfortunately, your tensions go wrong. You are thinking of divorce. However, you are not going to leave Poland and still planning to get Polish citizenship. Is it possible after the divorce?
It goes without saying that maintenance obligation towards the children constitute a vital duty of the parents. This norm is fixed in article 133 of the Polish Family and Guardianship Code. As a rule, both spouses try to maintain financially their children life on the mutually agreed conditions.
Divorce cases constitute a significant part of the courts’ practice in Poland. In every divorce case several issues are of utmost importance: e.g. type of a divorce (at fault or no-fault), whether a spouse has given consent to divorce, whether spouses have any common children.
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In situations of divorce of an international couple the issue of jurisdiction for ruling on the matter is of a core importance. In other words it is sufficient to establish the courts of which state will be competent to judge in that situation.
It goes without saying, that for international couples the issues related to their common children are of vital importance. Unfortunately, even very strong marriage ties sometimes tend to break causing a wave of clashes and legal disputes between former spouses.