Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby housecat » 13 Dec 2011, 06:54

Your lawyer in HK should be talking to his lawyer in Taiwan. You should also find out if there's a way to file criminal charges against him in HK for trying to avoid the HK court's decrees. If you don't have a lawyer, then find one quickly if you care how this turns out.
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby candidate » 13 Dec 2011, 10:15

The husband is joining in the divorce case in hk, but at the same time he is applying for divorce in TW, and there is a hearing date scheduled. He is trying everything under the sun to delay the decree from getting absolute in HK. And trying to proceed with the one in TW.

For the problem of jurisdiction i cannot attend the hearing in TW, what I want to know is if tw court knows there is a hearing in hk already and has jurisdiction (agreed by the husband, and ordered by the hk court) and I have an anti-suit injunction against him. but he still goes to tw and do it. so I am worried that he will get a decision if I don't' attend in TW divorce hearing. If i did not recieve the petition can the judge make a judgement without my presence?
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby Mr He » 13 Dec 2011, 10:45

A very strong recommendation is to talk to your lawyer NOW. And get a TW lawyer onto it ASAP.
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby Satellite TV » 13 Dec 2011, 11:29

housecat wrote:Your lawyer in HK should be talking to his lawyer in Taiwan. You should also find out if there's a way to file criminal charges against him in HK for trying to avoid the HK court's decrees. If you don't have a lawyer, then find one quickly if you care how this turns out.


Criminal charges? for what? It's a civil matter
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby mercy5986 » 21 Dec 2011, 14:08

can i ask is there any body can answer my question?how can I know if I was already divorced in taiwan?im now in phil
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby REPLICANT » 21 Dec 2011, 17:35

mercy5986 wrote:can i ask is there any body can answer my question?how can I know if I was already divorced in taiwan?im now in phil


Did you sign divorce papers and go to the household registration office to have them accepted there?
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby mercy5986 » 21 Dec 2011, 17:48

yes..before my taiwanese ex husband come here in phil he ask me to sign a paper so i wanna know if im already divorced in taiwan but we dont have communication now..
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby Belgian Pie » 21 Dec 2011, 17:53

Never sign papers without knowing what's in it!
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby mercy5986 » 21 Dec 2011, 18:32

so is there any way i can find out if im divorced in Taiwan?
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Re: Some answers about divorce in Taiwan

Postby Northcoast Surfer » 21 Dec 2011, 19:10

mercy5986 wrote:so is there any way i can find out if im divorced in Taiwan?


You need to hire a lawyer and/or come to Taiwan. Preferably both! :bow:
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