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Re: Divorce or legal annulment?

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Dude - you're asking a forum of random strangers on technical legal advice for divorce. When answered to you are challenging the answers.
Its called crowdsourcing, it is being used to solve all kinds of problems so why not use it to mitigate divorce lawyer fees too?

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/07/ma...anted=all&_r=0

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Its called crowdsourcing, it is being used to solve all kinds of problems so why not use it to mitigate divorce lawyer fees too?

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/07/ma...anted=all&_r=0

http://dailycrowdsource.com/content/...ourcing-method
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Old 10.09.2015, 23:02
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...Anyway, if the wife lives in Switzerland for at least five years she is eligible for facilitated naturalization...
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...maybe the best way is to get her naturalised and then an agreed divorce with an agreed division of the assets.
Nice idea in theory but probably won't work in practice. In order to complete facilitated naturalization you have to sign documents saying you're in a legitimate marriage with no intention to separate or divorce, and they follow up on that during the process. Supposedly if you divorce shortly after gaining the citizenship or are found to have lied on your paperwork the authorities can revoke the new citizenship.
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