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Q) How much time will take to obtain a fast divorce in Dominican Republic?

A) The divorce can be filed in less than 24 hours. Fly the evening prior the hearing to Santo Domingo (SDQ) Dominican Republic and be back home the next day after your court hearing.

Q) Is it true, that I don't need to be a resident or have a domicile in Dominican Republic,to file for a Fast Divorce?

A) YES, it's true. You don't need to be resident or have a domicile, to file for a Divorce by mutual consent in Dominican Republic. Pursuant Divorce Law 142 of 1971, domicile requirement is waived. This Law was specially created for foreign citizens and Dominicans nationals living outside the Dominican Republic.

Q) Is it true, that I don't need a separation period in order to file for Divorce in Dominican Republic?

A) YES, it's true. You don't need a separation period to file for Divorce by mutual consent in Dominican Republic.

Q) Is it mandatory that one of the spouses travels to Dominican Republic to file for the Dominican Fast divorce?

A) YES. Pursuant Dominican Divorce Law 142, at least one of the spouses must travel to Dominican Republic to appear in person before the Judge the day of the hearing in the Dominican court. You CANNOT divorce BY PROXY, or without at least one party appearing in person before the Judge.

Q) Why there are websites in the Internet, saying that it is not required to travel to Dominican Republic to get a Divorce in Dominican Republic?

A)If one of the party does not travel to Dominican Republic to appear in person before the Judge the day of the hearing, the divorce might be void.
Unfortunately, there is plenty of misleading websites in the Internet stating that none of the parties needs to travel to Dominican Republic to obtain their divorce. But, that is misleading and incorrect. Unless one of the spouses is a Dominican national living in Dominican Republic; or one of the foreign spouses is residing in Dominican Republic, you or your spouse must appear in person before the Dominican court.
The Law is very clear. Dominican divorces done by Proxy or by mail are fraudulent.
Here are some examples of misleading sites (as far as getting a fast divorce in Dominican Republic without traveling and/or without the consent of one of the spouse):
Carlton Press from NY at http://www.offshore-manual.com/cp40.html;
American Paralegal of Banning CA at http://web.idirect.com/~divorce/divorce.html
Global-money.com at http://www.global-money.com/products/divorce.html
Divorce Fast at http://www.divorcefast.com.

Q) I heard that some Dominican Divorces had to be refiled in US because they were not recognized.

A) If a Dominican Divorce was considered void or not recognized by a court in US, by the USCIS or IRS, it was more likely because there was lack of due process during the proceeding either by the parties or their attorneys. The Dominican divorces that have been considered invalid or void, are those divorces that were done in the past by proxy, by mail, without a separation agreement signed by both parties, without mutual consent of one of the parties or without at least one party traveling to Dominican Republic and appearing in person before the Judge at the hearing.

Q) I got my Dominican divorce prior 1998. Is it a valid divorce?

A) If you obtained a Dominican divorce between 1971 and 1998, it is possible that you are still married to your ex-spouse! Of course, not all Dominican divorces performed during such period of time were fraudulent. But, there was a large number of divorces performed during those days in a fraudulent way or incorrectly. To determine if your Dominican divorce obtained back then is valid, you can contact us via e-mail at info@dlawyers.com.
We will review your documents and information and determine if it is was done correctly.
Q) Are Dominican divorces valid in the United States, Canada or worldwide?

A) Dominican Fast Divorces are valid based on the principles of "comity", "estoppel" and as long as the parties complied with the due process during the entire proceeding and with certain requirements of Dominican Republic laws. If one of the requirements is not met, than it is possible that your divorce won't be recognized.

Q) Which are the official entities in the United States of America, that recognize Dominican Republic Divorces?

A) Dominican Republic Divorces are recognized by USCIS, IRS, SSA, US Armed Forces and US Supreme Court, if the parties comply with the due process required by the Dominican laws.

Q)Will the Dominican divorce be recognized before USCIS or any other immigration department? I want to sponsor someone to emigrate to the US after getting divorced.

A)Yes. The Dominican divorce is recognized by USCIS for sponsoring purposes, provided that there is due process during the entire divorce proceeding. Talk to the US immigration licensed attorney who will handle your case before USCIS, about the Dominican divorce and you will get all the answers to your questions. If for any reasons, your attorney does not know about the Dominican Divorces or need additional information to confirm the validity of the Dominican Divorce, please contact us and we will be more than glad to provide all the necessary information without obligation.

Q) Do I have, or my spouse has to agree to the divorce in order to obtain a Dominican Divorce?

A) YES. A Dominican Divorce between foreign citizens living outside the Dominican Republic, in principle, can only be filed when:
both parties mutually agree to the divorce. That's to say they are both in consent.
both parties will sign the necessary documents prior to file for divorce;
and at least one spouse travels to Dominican Republic to appear in person before the judge, on the day of the hearing.

Q) My spouse told me that we got divorced in Dominican Republic years ago and that everything was done by mail. How can I be sure that my divorce decree is valid?

A) Send us all the documents you have in your hands via email at info@dlawyers.com. We will review the documents and tell you where you stand. Also, we can provide you with a written legal opinion or an affidavit stating if your divorce is valid or invalid.
We also offer our legal service as "expert witness on Dominican divorce validity" and have been testifying before several US courts and around the world, on the validity or invalidity of the dominican divorce.

Q. What about the custody of my children and child support payments, alimony and division of property, assets or debts? Can I still take care of these issues?

A. Yes. You can claim child support and alimony. You should first review these issues using the guidelines of the legal system in your own jurisdiction.
Talk to a licensed family lawyer in your jurisdiction. Make the lawyer has a background in international family law.
Once you and your spouse have reached the agreement then we will insert the terms and conditions agreed between both of you, into a marital settlement agreement, that we can draft for you at no extra charges; or you can have it drafted your attorney. Later, you and your spouse shall sign it signed before a Notary Public in your jurisdiction (or a local competent authority), get it authenticated before the corresponding local authorities and send it to us to file it before the court, prior your arrival to Dominican Republic.

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