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Those who have a marriage registered in Panama must divorce in the country if they choose to end the marriage.
Divorce laws often lean in favour of the wife, particularly if the couple have children.
Maintenance payments for children are counted per child and take into consideration the cost of living, education costs and other needs and payments may continue until the child is 25.
A unilateral divorce is the type granted if only one spouse wants to end the marriage.
The medical examination can be carried out at any clinic in the country.
Expats will also need to provide two witnesses to the marriage.
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