View Single Post
  #3  
Old 04.12.2019, 07:03
MsWorWoo's Avatar
MsWorWoo MsWorWoo is offline
Forum Veteran
 
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Winti
Posts: 1,922
Groaned at 57 Times in 37 Posts
Thanked 3,147 Times in 1,181 Posts
MsWorWoo has a reputation beyond reputeMsWorWoo has a reputation beyond reputeMsWorWoo has a reputation beyond reputeMsWorWoo has a reputation beyond reputeMsWorWoo has a reputation beyond reputeMsWorWoo has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Divorce lawyer and advice

In Switzerland the rule of thumb is shared custody, 50/50.
As he is a dependent, yes, you will have to pay alimony, if he is the main child carer, you will have to pay him child maintenance too, he may get primary residency of the kids too.
You will have to share your pensions during marriage 50/50.
You will likely have to share property/savings during marriage 50/50 too (except if they are inheritance).
A good lawyer that works with international families, and custody, is Frau Crameri. She dealt with my complicated child custody issues (we divorced in the UK which only covered the dissolution, and separately the finances). She has also dealt with a friendís divorce where she was the working mother and the father was stay at home, and got the mother custody... although there was abuse in that case).
Good luck, and I hope things stay amicable. No need to give lawyers all your saving....
Reply With Quote
This user would like to thank MsWorWoo for this useful post: