Lionheart43

Irreparable Rupture Divorce - Puerto Rico

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With regard to "Irreparable Rupture Divorce," in Puerto Rico, a person can file for divorce just because they no longer want to be married. In the petition, matters regarding property and debts do not have to be addressed. How is the communal property and debt delt with by the parties to the complaint if it is not in the complaint or partition?

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A petition or complaint for divorce is not a divorce. The petition merely serves to get the matter before the court. Issues such as asset and debt division and child custody and support are usually negotiated after the filing of the complaint, and prior to the issuance of the final divorce decree. Consult local counsel.

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