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Old 08.12.2019, 21:17
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Re: Divorce lawyer and advice

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He doesn’t want to be a husband that takes cares of the family so he doesn’t do much at home. ( he is not a housewife, as he says)
Overall it seems Swiss law is not going to protect me. ! Maleropo
Well, it is unclear to me from your post what exactly you expect protection from. If I understand your post correctly, your husband does not want do (any?) work around the house. Certainly a problem if true, and raises a lot of questions about him, but I can't imagine this will be important enough for the Court to spend any time on.

To repeat what the user before me, Doropfiz, has posted: the Court will try to *protect* you only in extreme cases, e.g. domestic abuse. Other than that, the Court will first, foremost, and by a long distance, concern itself with the interests of the children. Not yours and not your husband's.

Good luck anyway - I hope things work out.
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