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If you're planning to get married in Belgium, this guide explains the paperwork and documents you need to prepare a wedding in Belgium.
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There is a comprehensive system of crèches, playgroups and kindergartens in Belgium for working parents. Here’s a guide on how to enrol your child in childcare in Belgium.
If you're living and working in Belgium, here's a guide to kindergartens and preschools in Belgium and tips on how to enrol your child into Belgian childcare.
Your marital status has legal and tax implications in Belgium, such as receiving marriage tax benefits or claiming gift and inheritance tax breaks for married couples in Belgium.
Relocating overseas is a great adventure but if you're moving with the whole family in tow, there are important things to consider in order to help your children transition as smoothly as possible.
Online dating is today's new norm – and an excellent way for expats to meet like-minded people when moving abroad. How can you make online dating work for you?
If your relationship is ending, find out how to file for divorce in Belgium and what your options and legal requirements are while living in Belgium.
If you are planning a wedding in Belgium, here are a few tips from paperwork to wedding planning.
The dating game is hard enough, even when you know the ‘rules'. So how do you date when living abroad and you don't know how the game is played? Here's a guide to expat dating in Europe.
Tips and advice for getting into the online dating game after a divorce.
For a UK couple living abroad, it may still be possible to use the English courts and an English lawyer to handle divorce proceedings.
Frank Arndt looks at cases where the expat dream ends in despair and frustration. If your marriage breaks down, the prospects can be daunting if you are 'stuck' in a foreign country.
Expat Women sheds light on the personal and challenging considerations expat couples will face when seriously thinking of adopting a child abroad.
Parents of new-born babies all over the world have very different options in their choice of given names.