It is only a Court in this jurisdiction that can grant a Decree of Divorce.
Before a Court can grant a Decree of Divorce in Ireland, the following conditions must be met:
- The parties must have been living apart from one another for a period amounting to four out of the previous five years before the Application is made.
- There must be no reasonable prospect for reconciliation.
- Proper arrangements must have been made or will be made for the Spouse and any dependent members of the family such as children of either party and other relatives.
Why engage MC Solicitors?
Marion Campbell has 30 years' experience in family law, a proven track record with precedent setting landmark cases. She is ex-Chair of the Family Lawyers Association of Ireland and is a member of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She has lectured in the Law Society on Family Law and has published several articles. She provides a personal and caring service on an individual basis to every client.
Ex chair Family Lawyers Association of Ireland.
Member Family Lawyers Association.
Member International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Member Dublin Solicitors Bar Association.
Member American Bar Association Section.
Member ART Section Family Law Committee American Bar Association.
Lecturer - Law Society of Ireland.