Are the laws regarding Greek divorce similar to those in the UK?
I.e. if one party commits adultery and leaves the marriage, but the other party does not want to divorce, would the party who wants the divorce have to wait for a period of 2 years separation?
As far as I know, in order to claim alienation the party that left has to show that there was no contact during the separation period and that on no occasion did the 2 spend even one single night under the same roof (even if it is in 2 separately booked rooms in the same hotel). Any evidence given by a friend that they did spend a night under the same roof sets the time counter to zero and the separation time begins to be measured from that incident onwards. In this way, the party refusing to grant divorce can “engineer” circumstances which appear to break the separation interval and so, re-set the counter to zero, time and again.
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