A free educational resource can help answer important questions.
The last 18 months of continuous fear, anxiety and restriction have been tough for everyone and, in particular, for families where there were already cracks in the relationships. Despite both partners’ best efforts, a marriage can irretrievably break down for a number of reasons. If you find yourself in this situation (you are not alone) and don’t know what your options are, you could turn to Hongkongdivorce.com. What’s more – Sassy Mama readers can reach out for a free and confidential 30-minute consultation (details below) with a specialist in expatriate and multi-jurisdictional divorce settlements.
Divorce is upsetting and life-changing for all involved, even more so for parents who have to consider the impact on their children. Expats in the city also struggle with the unfamiliar Hong Kong family laws and societal norms. Hongkongdivorce.com hopes to help with this process. The website is a free educational tool and resource for those who want to know more about the process of getting a divorce in Hong Kong. It offers information on issues related to child custody, maintenance, Hong Kong family courts and processes, as well as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. The objective is to provide clear and concise information, and in turn, make this painful process slightly less stressful.
Unsure about your next steps? Sassy Mama readers can book a free 30-minute consultation with Caroline Y Choi (Of Counsel, California, USA) at Oldham, Li & Nie and the creator of hongkongdivorce.com, with the discount code HKDIVORCE2021. She specialises in high-asset expatriate divorces in Hong Kong and has multi-jurisdictional expertise in Matrimonial Law in the jurisdictions of Hong Kong and California, USA.
To book your session with Caroline Y Choi, the creator of hongkongdivorce.com, please get in touch with her directly (details below) and mention the discount code.
It’s important to remember that hongkongdivorce.com itself is not a legal advice provider but rather an educational resource tool.
Caroline Y Choi, 2186 1810, email@example.com
Hongkongdivorce.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.hongkongdivorce.com