Family Matters Section: The general financial rights for women after divorce

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Family Matters Section: The general financial rights for women after divorce

Conciliatory payment:
The divorced woman retains the right to receive money from her ex-husband to obtain livelihood. This operates for a period of not less than two years and is carried out according to the ex-husband’s economic capabilities.
Waiting period payment:
The divorced woman retains the right to receive money from her ex-husband to obtain livelihood. This operates for three menstrual cycles of a woman or three calendar months.
Deferred dowry:
Deferred dowry is highly individual and thus is managed according to the marriage contract.
List of portable materials:
Depends on whether the couple made this list or not.
Childcare:
The ex-husband is obliged to provide mother’s expenses until the child has been weaned, but no more than two years. The right of guardianship and custody for children
House:
The divorced woman has the right to a safe and comfortable place of residence during the waiting period and until the baby is weaned.
Right of maternal nurturing and care:
A divorced mother has the right to care for a baby until it’s 10 (for males) or 12 (for females) old. After that children can choose which parent to live with. The mother is entitled to receiving money for childcare expenses.