Divorce contrat

Procedures, processes, and the legal basis for divorce in Taiwan, including all related problems and pitfalls, child custody, alimony payments, abandonment, extra-marital affairs, and other complications...
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Divorce contrat

Postby Ludovic » 29 Jan 2012, 14:35

Hello,

please, delete my post, thanks
please, describe the Taiwan Laws : tsa pu tuo !
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