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  • #262195

    teimoso
    Member

    Good evening!!!I am an egyptian catholic married to an egyptian catholic ,now we are separated ,,,I ask a brazilian lawyer if i can get a divorce by proxy,while i am an egyptian and the restrictions in getting a divorce in egypt is so hard and impossible!!! any help please

  • #262200

    Deleted User
    Moderator

    [QUOTE=Ashraf]Good evening!!!I am an egyptian catholic married to an egyptian catholic ,now we are separated ,,,I ask a brazilian lawyer if i can get a divorce by proxy,while i am an egyptian and the restrictions in getting a divorce in egypt is so hard and impossible!!! any help please[/QUOTE]

    Well the impossible has always been hard, yet for someonecoming from a nation that built the pyramids I’m sure, just like Henry VIIIovercame his many problems with the Vatican in similar matters, that there mustbe a way around this problem. Catholics, in general, can’t be divorced and ifyou’re a devout Catholic you should not be contemplating offending God with sucha mortal sin. If, however, you can clear your mind of all this religious nonsenseyou may find a path forward.All√ѬÅhu Akbar.

  • #262208

    jabomano
    Member

    [QUOTE=Ashraf]Good evening!!!I am an egyptian catholic married to an egyptian catholic ,now we are separated ,,,I ask a brazilian lawyer if i can get a divorce by proxy,while i am an egyptian and the restrictions in getting a divorce in egypt is so hard and impossible!!! any help please [/QUOTE]
    Do you and your wife both live in Brazil ?
    Besides, why do you think a divorce in Brazil would be recognized in Egypt or by egyptian authorities ?
    Takeing in consideration a divorce in Egypt is so difficult, as you say. Most likely it will be even harder to get a foreign divorce recognized there !?

  • #262210

    teimoso
    Member

    [QUOTE=Mineiro_Alem�o][QUOTE=Ashraf]Good evening!!!I am an egyptian catholic married to an egyptian catholic ,now we are separated ,,,I ask a brazilian lawyer if i can get a divorce by proxy,while i am an egyptian and the restrictions in getting a divorce in egypt is so hard and impossible!!! any help please [/QUOTE]
    Do you and your wife both live in Brazil ?
    Besides, why do you think a divorce in Brazil would be recognized in Egypt or by egyptian authorities ?
    Takeing in consideration a divorce in Egypt is so difficult, as you say. Most likely it will be even harder to get a foreign divorce recognized there !?
    Thanks so much for your reply!!!!No we never lived in Brazil!!!!

  • #262211

    teimoso
    Member

    [QUOTE=Ashraf][QUOTE=Mineiro_Alem�o][QUOTE=Ashraf]Good evening!!!I am an egyptian catholic married to an egyptian catholic ,now we are separated ,,,I ask a brazilian lawyer if i can get a divorce by proxy,while i am an egyptian and the restrictions in getting a divorce in egypt is so hard and impossible!!! any help please [/QUOTE]
    Do you and your wife both live in Brazil ?
    Besides, why do you think a divorce in Brazil would be recognized in Egypt or by egyptian authorities ?
    Takeing in consideration a divorce in Egypt is so difficult, as you say. Most likely it will be even harder to get a foreign divorce recognized there !?
    Thanks so much for your reply!!!!No we never lived in Brazil!!!The Brazilian lawyer told me it can be done by proxy!!!

  • #262223

    sven van ‘t Veer
    Participant

    [QUOTE=Ashraf] [QUOTE=Ashraf][QUOTE=Mineiro_Alem�o][QUOTE=Ashraf]Good evening!!!I am an egyptian catholic married to an egyptian catholic ,now we are separated ,,,I ask a brazilian lawyer if i can get a divorce by proxy,while i am an egyptian and the restrictions in getting a divorce in egypt is so hard and impossible!!! any help please [/QUOTE]
    Do you and your wife both live in Brazil ?
    Besides, why do you think a divorce in Brazil would be recognized in Egypt or by egyptian authorities ?
    Takeing in consideration a divorce in Egypt is so difficult, as you say. Most likely it will be even harder to get a foreign divorce recognized there !?
    Thanks so much for your reply!!!!No we never lived in Brazil!!!The Brazilian lawyer told me it can be done by proxy!!![/QUOTE]
    Amazing! And what does he charge?

  • #262227

    Anonymous

    Sven is right. Brazil is not the place to get this divorce, much less by proxy. Neither the OP nor his wife are Brazilians, nor do they live in Brazil, nor did the marriage take place in Brazil. In short, there is no possibility under which Brazilian jurisdiction could have any bearing on the OP’s marriage or dissolve said marriage.
    It’d be better for someone like the OP to seek out the Dominican Republic, which has a liberal divorce law and a cottage industry of lawyers catering to international clients (some of whom were quite famous: Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, etc) seeking quickie divorces.
    If both parties to a marriage agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the Dominican Republic’s courts, the case can be heard there WITHOUT any need for residence or even the physical presence of the couple in question. They simply need to sign powers-of-attorney authorizing lawyers to represent them.
    After the divorce is granted, the next step is then for the couple to get this divorce translated and recognized in the country where they were married and in any other countries where a divorce would produce legal effects (such as jointly held vacation properties in third countries). From the looks of the original post it hasn’t got anything to do with Brazil and it boggles the mind how the original poster even ended up here on this forum.

  • #262232

    agri2001
    Participant

    I believe he ended up in this forum because a Brazilian lawyer is trying to separate him from his money in a very dubious way.
    BTW Picolino that is some very good advise.

  • #262236

    Anonymous

    Oh, I see. The old “there-were-some-complications” excuse, which the client of course only hears AFTER he’s wire-transferred the hefty prepaid fee to a scammy Brazilian lawyer.
    Scum.
    Better he hears it from us here, now, that it simply can’t be done… than to hear from the lowlife OAB-crook after he’s been parted from his cash.

  • #262237

    miguel
    Participant

    [QUOTE=picolino]
    Scum.
    Better he hears it from us here, now, that it simply can’t be done… than to hear from the lowlife OAB-crook after he’s been parted from his cash.[/QUOTE]
    Very apt description of the contingent of “virtual” lawyers who troll this site and have trolled this site over the years. The knowledge base here is sufficient to keep them in check, which they duly recognize. This wasn’t always the case.

  • #262241

    Anonymous

    [QUOTE=miguel]The knowledge base here is sufficient to keep them in check [/QUOTE]
    As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. Which is a key reason I keep returning to this forum (and posting when I feel I might have something useful to add).

  • #262253

    Deleted User
    Moderator

    Come on guys, why so serious about this flaky question? Imean, what’s the likelihood that a Catholic Egyptian living in Cairo joining a forumfor gringos and asking if a Brazilian lawyer could organise his divorce? Doeshe imagine that Catholic Brazil is so sophisticated that it might reflect first-worldlibertarian values to the extent that he could get an annulment?

    Mind you, if this guy is genuine it’s likely that we have aquite unique situation at hand. In fact it reminds me of the famous Borgart adlib from the movie, Casablanca, when Rick says, “Of all the gin joints in allthe towns in all the world√¢‚Ǩ¬¶” Given thatthere is less than 1% of the population that are Catholics in all of Muslim Egypt,his finding Gringoes.com to find a wizard Brazilian lawyer is like hoping thatlightening might strike the dorsal fin of a dolphin balancing a basketball inthe waters of the Trevi fountain.

  • #262259

    815
    Member

    Can’t he just stone her over there?

  • #262278

    sven van ‘t Veer
    Participant

    No, but he could take her to Afghanistan to stone her there.

  • #262300

    teimoso
    Member

    Yesssss!!!!!!!Right you are.

  • #262301

    teimoso
    Member

    yessss,,,

  • #262329

    kevin owen
    Participant

    It would be much easier if you were a Muslim, even if you avoided the slightly excessive stoning solution. Just get yourself off to Dubai and perhaps do some shopping while you are there.
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/story?id=80855

  • #27087

    dk_adams
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