WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF A DIVORCED WOMAN? - AŞIKOĞLU LAW OFFİCE
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WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF A DIVORCED WOMAN?

WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF A DIVORCED WOMAN?

A divorce case is a lawsuit filed by a spouse who wants a divorce. The divorce case is divided into two as the negotiated divorce case and the contentious divorce case.

If we consider the rights of women in general in the divorce case,;

The Right to Live Separately

The Right to Request Precautionary Custody of the Child

The Right to Demand the Surrender of the Child

The Right to Demand the Specificity of Shared Housing

The Right to Establish a Personal Relationship with the Child

The Right to Precautionary Alimony for a Woman

The Right to Precautionary Alimony for the Child

The Right to Moral Compensation

The Right to Financial Compensation

The Right to Receive Jewelry

The Right to Subsidiary Alimony

The Right to Poverty Alimony

Receivables and Rights Arising from the Property Regime

The Right to Request the Annotation of Family Housing

The Right of a Woman to Claim Her Own Belongings

The Right to Request the Implementation of Protective Measures Arising from the Law No. 6284

The Right to Request a Free Lawyer

 

 

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