Divorce in Ukraine

Divorce in a Ukrainian court - Judicial divorce in Ukraine between Ukrainian citizens, divorce proceedings with a foreigner. Divorce through court in Ukraine. Divorce lawyer in Ukraine. Fictitious and invalid marriage. Divorce proceedings.

Divorce lawyer in Ukraine, court divorce in Ukraine

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A lawyer for a divorce between citizens provides legal services, and legal support in court, and helps to resolve various legal situations in the court and out of court. A divorce lawyer is a family law professional who provides legal services in family law, divorce proceedings, and annulment of marriage.

Divorce lawyer in court - divorce in Ukraine:


During a divorce, to minimize moral harm in the divorce process, to minimize financial and financial expenses, you need legal support from a lawyer.


Divorce questions


  • The procedure for terminating a marriage;
  • The procedure for divorce in the registry office, if there are no children;
  • Recognition as a fictitious marriage;
  • Divorce in court on the joint application of the spouses;
  • Divorce in court at the request of one of the spouses;
  • The right to choose a surname after a divorce;
  • Divorce with a foreigner, translation of documents;
  • International divorce;
  • The procedure for state registration of divorce.


Legal relations between spouses terminate at the end of a legal marriage, due to the death of one of the spouses, the death of one of the spouses. In the process of terminating a registered marriage, legal services are often needed for divorces with foreigners. With the general consent of the spouses to divorce, the court does not find out the reasons, but confirms the fact of termination of marital relations and takes measures to protect the interests of the children. The court may, at the request of the spouses, conduct a divorce in a closed court session. The moment of divorce is considered the entry into force of the court decision. 


Legal consequences of divorce: termination of personal and property relations; the spouse can return the premarital surname; spouses divide property; you can claim child support. Divorce proceedings are opened in court on the basis of an application for divorce, which is filed with the local general court at the place of residence of the defendant. If the claimant is supporting minor children or the plaintiff cannot, for health reasons or for other important reasons, come to court at the place of residence of the defendant, then the application for divorce can be filed at the registered place of residence of the plaintiff. By agreement between the spouses, the divorce case may be considered by the court at the place of residence of one of the spouses. An application for divorce cannot be filed with the court when the wife is pregnant or before the child reaches 1 year of age, or if the rights and interests of the incapacitated spouse are violated. In these cases, an application for divorce can be filed with the court only in cases where one of the spouses has committed a criminal offense against the other spouse or child. An application for divorce to the court during pregnancy can be filed if the paternity of the conceived child is recognized by another person in the manner prescribed by law after filing an application for recognition of paternity.


Without a court decision, a marriage can be dissolved at the registry office if the spouses do not have common minor children and both spouses agree to a divorce. The basis for divorce through the registry office is the joint statement of the wife and husband. Marriage is terminated through the registry office, regardless of the presence of children, if the second spouse is: recognized as missing, incompetent, or sentenced for a criminal offense to prison for a term of three years or more.