Court proceedings are heard privately “in camera” meaning that only the couple and their legal advisors can be present in Court.
The Court can make orders on matters relating to:
The Family Law Act 2019 made significant changes in Irish Divorce Law. Before a court can grant a divorce, the following conditions must be met:
The court can review any previous arrangements made by the parties in a separation agreement, particularly if the circumstances of either spouse has changed.
Following a Divorce and in certain limited circumstances, either party can apply to Court to have Orders made, including Maintenance, reviewed.
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