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Old 08.12.2019, 21:38
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Re: Divorce lawyer and advice

Swiss divorce law also does not know any concept of blame. Therefore, if a spouse has had an affair, or become lazy around the house, or had arguments with the inlaws, etc., these matters have no influence at all upon the "favourability" of a divorce settlement for the other spouse.

Again, the exception is domestic violence, sexual abuse, threats and possibly also verbal abuse, towards the spouse or the child, in which case it is possible to get a protection order. The arrangements with regard to the child's rights to a relationship with each parent will be modified, for example that the child has a right to an accompanying social worker. I hope that's not your situation, but if it is, there are resources to be had, starting with phoning the Helping Hand at 143, or going straight to the police.
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