Turkish dating customs


04-May-2020 12:56

Divorce is very rare in Turkey, but if a marriage should end in divorce, each party leaves the relationship with whatever possessions they brought into it.Anything they acquired together as a couple goes to the person who acquired them "first." The law prohibits divorced women from re-marrying within 300 days of the finalization of their divorce.

Turkish wedding dresses are white with a veil and head covering, much like Western counterparts.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.



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