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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Bit of an odd question for a friend of a friend of a friends's friend. Just so no one knows who is not talking about who we are not talking about...
Is it possible?
What is the procedure?
Any experience or ideas at all on how to get information?
They apparently officially filed at a local office, and have now decided that they don't want to do it.
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When I got divorced in the UK (proceedings initiated by my wife), they gave us several chances to change our minds. Once you have the final document (decree nisi or something) you are officially divorced and then you can marry either the same person again or someone else. I imagine it's a similar situation in Taiwan.
I'd be quite happy to remarry my ex-wife but unfortunately she wouldn't want to.
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