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This interview takes us through Family Law - excluding divorce - in Turkey. It covers separation if a couple is cohabiting but not married; what happens if a couple is religiously but not legally married in Turkey; and what is done in the case of disputed paternity.
|Turkey Country Guide
Essential facts and figures about Turkey
|Divorce in Turkey
How to get a divorce, and what will happen if you do
|Marriage in Turkey
How to get married, and the laws surrounding it
I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any further help, please contact me.John Howell 27 April 2017
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