Alimony or spousal maintenance in Portugal

In 2008 profound changes were introduced to divorce and spousal maintenance (alimony) legal framework.

Civil partnerships in Portugal: rights and benefits

Civil partnerships in Portugal: rights and benefits.

How long does a divorce take in Portugal?

We are often approached by clients of foreign nationality who want to know if they can get divorced in Portugal. As a rule, they are foreign citizens residing in Portugal and who have married in another country.

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Family Law Consultation

We offer family law consultation services in our offices of Lisbon and Oporto. The consultation takes about one hour and...

Family Law Online Consultation

We offer family law online consultation services (via Skype, WhatsApp, e-mail or phone).The consultation takes about one...

Online Divorce

The hiring of our services Online Divorce and Online Divorce and Asset Division, implies the previous agreement of the...

Online Divorce and Asset Division

The hiring of our services Online Divorce and Online Divorce and Asset Division, implies the previous agreement of the...

Contested Divorce

Where one of the spouses doesn’t accept the divorce or its whereabouts are unknown, the spouse who intends to get the...

Divorce Abroad

If you divorced abroad in a country that doesn’t belong to the European Union the divorce order must be previously recognized...

Lawyers

Nuno Cardoso Ribeiro

Coordinator

Registered in the Portuguese Bar Association since 2000. Registered in the Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo, since 2015. Lawyer, family mediator (Portuguese Institute of Family Mediation) and trainer (Family and Labor Law). Law degree and postgraduate in Family Law (FDUL) and administrative litigation (UCP).

Main areas of practice: Divorce and Family Law, Civil and Labour Litigation.

He is a member of the Management Board of Associação Projecto Jovem (IPSS) an ONG dedicated to the integration of young people and adults with physical and / or motor disabilities.

Patrícia Gomes Monteiro

Lawyer

 Lawyer registered with the Portuguese Bar Association since 2005.

Graduated in Law (FDUNL), postgraduate in real estate law (FDUAL) and Master in Juridical-Criminal Sciences (FDUL).

Main areas of practice: Family Law, insolvency law, civil and criminal litigation.

Mónica Amaro

Trainee Lawyer

Trainee lawyer registered in the Portuguese Bar Association.

Graduated in Law (FDUL) and Master in Business Law (UCP).

Main areas of practice: Family Law and Probate, Commercial and Corporate Law, Insolvencies, Labor Law, road traffic offences.

Registered in ANJAP – Associação Nacional de Jovens Advogados Portugueses.

Ana Amaral

Jurist

Law graduate (FDUC), Master’s student in Juridical-labor Sciences (FDUC), postgraduate in Corporate Law (IDET)

Adriana Teixeira

Jurist

Law graduate (FDUC), Master’s student in Law and Legal Practice (FDUL).

Dalila Guerreiro

Assistant

Solicitor Licensee by ESTIG – Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão de Beja.

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