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Divorce is complicated enough when you and your spouse live In the United States. What happens when your spouse lives abroad in another country? The short answer is that serving divorce papers internationally can become quite complex, but you and your spouse can make the process simpler. Depending on the country where he or she lives and your spouse's willingness to cooperate, you will have quite a few options for serving your papers.
When you're seriously ill or need surgery, you don't roll up your sleeves and get out the scalpel. You realize that the medical profession exists because practitioners with expertise and experience can more quickly and accurately assess your condition and perform any needed surgery. And while divorce may not involve any literal life and-death scenarios, it will impact your life in a huge way once the divorce process ends.
So, the divorce process is over. But in the back of your mind, you might already be thinking about the right moment to modify any existing agreements in the future. Your alimony or child support payments might be expensive, perhaps you feel you aren't getting paid enough from your ex-spouse, or maybe you're looking for a better child custody agreement than the one in place.