Your Answers

You answered as follows: Q1. Are you or your spouse Australian Citizens and/or permanently and lawfully living in Australia? NO

Your Plan

You answered as follows:

Q1. Are you or your spouse Australian Citizens and/or permanently and lawfully living in Australia? NO

QUESTION 1

In this section you will be provided with essential information and asked a key question about it. Extra information is also made available if you would like to read more detailed explanations.

To qualify for a divorce in Australia, you or your spouse must answer ‘yes’ to at least one of the following criteria:

  1. Are an Australian citizen by birth or descent;
  2. Are an Australian citizen by the grant of Australian Citizenship;
  3. Are lawfully living in Australia and intend to continue living here;
  4. Have lived in Australia continually for the last 12 months immediately before filing for divorce (not including overseas holidays or business trips)?

Question 1 – Jurisdiction

Please confirm whether any of these four criteria apply to you or your spouse?

See:
Section 39(3) FLA

Also note:
Since 9 December 2017, same-sex couples can also obtain an Australian divorce if they meet the requirements of the Family Law Act in s39(3).

QUESTION 1

In this section you will be provided with essential information and asked a key question about it. Extra information is also made available if you would like to read more detailed explanations.

To qualify for a divorce in Australia, you or your spouse must answer ‘yes’ to at least one of the following criteria:

  1. Are an Australian citizen by birth or descent;
  2. Are an Australian citizen by the grant of Australian Citizenship;
  3. Are lawfully living in Australia and intend to continue living here;
  4. Have lived in Australia continually for the last 12 months immediately before filing for divorce (not including overseas holidays or business trips)?

Question 1 – Jurisdiction

Please confirm whether any of these four criteria apply to you or your spouse?

See:
Section 39(3) FLA

Also note:
Since 9 December 2017, same-sex couples can also obtain an Australian divorce if they meet the requirements of the Family Law Act in s39(3).

QUESTION 1

In this section you will be provided with essential information and asked a key question about it. Extra information is also made available if you would like to read more detailed explanations.

To qualify for a divorce in Australia, you or your spouse must answer ‘yes’ to at least one of the following criteria:

  1. Are an Australian citizen by birth or descent;
  2. Are an Australian citizen by the grant of Australian Citizenship;
  3. Are lawfully living in Australia and intend to continue living here;
  4. Have lived in Australia continually for the last 12 months immediately before filing for divorce (not including overseas holidays or business trips)?

Question 1 – Jurisdiction

Please confirm whether any of these four criteria apply to you or your spouse?

See:
Section 39(3) FLA

Also note:
Since 9 December 2017, same-sex couples can also obtain an Australian divorce if they meet the requirements of the Family Law Act in s39(3).

Your Answers

You answered as follows: Q1. Are you or your spouse Australian Citizens and/or permanently and lawfully living in Australia? NO

Your Plan

You answered as follows:

Q1. Are you or your spouse Australian Citizens and/or permanently and lawfully living in Australia? NO

QUESTION 1

In this section you will be provided with essential information and asked a key question about it. Extra information is also made available if you would like to read more detailed explanations.

To qualify for a divorce in Australia, you or your spouse must answer ‘yes’ to at least one of the following criteria:

  1. Are an Australian citizen by birth or descent;
  2. Are an Australian citizen by the grant of Australian Citizenship;
  3. Are lawfully living in Australia and intend to continue living here;
  4. Have lived in Australia continually for the last 12 months immediately before filing for divorce (not including overseas holidays or business trips)?

Question 1 – Jurisdiction

Please confirm whether any of these four criteria apply to you or your spouse?

See:
Section 39(3) FLA

Also note:
Since 9 December 2017, same-sex couples can also obtain an Australian divorce if they meet the requirements of the Family Law Act in s39(3).

QUESTION 1

In this section you will be provided with essential information and asked a key question about it. Extra information is also made available if you would like to read more detailed explanations.

To qualify for a divorce in Australia, you or your spouse must answer ‘yes’ to at least one of the following criteria:

  1. Are an Australian citizen by birth or descent;
  2. Are an Australian citizen by the grant of Australian Citizenship;
  3. Are lawfully living in Australia and intend to continue living here;
  4. Have lived in Australia continually for the last 12 months immediately before filing for divorce (not including overseas holidays or business trips)?

Question 1 – Jurisdiction

Please confirm whether any of these four criteria apply to you or your spouse?

See:
Section 39(3) FLA

Also note:
Since 9 December 2017, same-sex couples can also obtain an Australian divorce if they meet the requirements of the Family Law Act in s39(3).

QUESTION 1

In this section you will be provided with essential information and asked a key question about it. Extra information is also made available if you would like to read more detailed explanations.

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Question 1 – Jurisdiction

Please confirm whether any of these four criteria apply to you or your spouse?

See:
Section 39(3) FLA

Also note:
Since 9 December 2017, same-sex couples can also obtain an Australian divorce if they meet the requirements of the Family Law Act in s39(3).