dissolution of marriage


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Noun1.dissolution of marriage - an annulment of a marriage
invalidation, annulment - (law) a formal termination (of a relationship or a judicial proceeding etc)
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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husband and pleaded with the court for issuing a decree of dissolution of marriage.
Go, a neophyte senator, said he agreed with Senate President Vicente Sotto III that the word "divorce" was "unacceptable," and that he preferred the use of the term "dissolution of marriage."
It seems it would be easier for most of us if we would talk about dissolution of marriage. In other words, it's an upgraded annulment law,' he told reporters.
'Having proven to the reasonable satisfaction of a court of facts relied upon for the dissolution of marriage, this petition succeeds.
'Betrayal' narrates the dissolution of marriage due to an extramarital affair.
Kamalia Saddar police claimed that wives of suspects Qadeer and Shakil had filed a suit for dissolution of marriage after they developed differences with their respective husbands.
The lower house of the Congress approved on March 19, 2018 House Bill 7303 "An Act Instituting Absolute Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage in the Philippines.
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Appellant later sought a dissolution of marriage. After the District Court's valuation date for marital property but before the dissolution, appellant and the other owners of the company sold the company and their ownership interests in that company.
Reported by a private media outlet, CII Chairman Qibla Ayaz said: "The nikahkhawan will be legally bound to inform the bride of her right to ask for the dissolution of marriage from her husband." He added that unlike khula in which the husband's consent is mandatory for dissolution of marriage, this provision awarded to women will not require the husband's consent as he will already have surrendered his right to the woman.
Muslim law knows various forms of dissolution of marriage. Talaq refers to the husband's unilateral right to terminate the marital tie.
She guides her clients through the family law process, including dissolution of marriage (divorce), adoption, paternity, child support and spousal support enforcement.