Dating sites for divorcees in austria

Kriegler, would you mind telling us a bit about your background and credentials? Krieger: I have practiced divorce and family law for more than 25 years. These are very impressive credentials and you appear to have achieved great success as a divorce lawyer. I can deal with clients who speak many different languages because I am fluent in German, French, English, Italian and Spanish. We do not have so many big money cases, for example.

Much of this discrepancy may be explained by the general youth of online daters, who have not necessarily entered their prime earning years.

Possibly due to the relatively small sample size, there are no statistically significant differences in online dating use across race and ethnicity categories or education levels.

I have sent you my CV and so you know my credentials. Divorce Saloon: Speaking of wealthy clients and big money cases, would you say that Austria is a safe haven for rich foreigners – from the U. and UK for example – who are seeking to “protect” assets during, or in advance of, a divorce? Kriegler: For example inherited assets and donated assets and entrepreneurs who have company assets. Divorce Saloon: But how does the Austrian court get jurisdiction over a non Austrian citizen?

For example, how long have you been practicing divorce and family law, what relevant associations do you belong to? My father was a divorce lawyer; so it was quite a natural segue for me to enter the field. I would think the market is better in Germany or Scandinavia where there is a greater concentration of wealthy clients.

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Looking across age groups, the youngest cohort (18-29 years old) has the largest percentage of online daters within it, with 18% of all online adults in that age group visiting a dating site.

However, 11% of online adults ages 30-49 have ventured to dating sites, while 6% of those ages 50-64 and a mere 3% of those aged 65 and older have tried dating sites.

Online daters are more likely to be employed than non-daters, but they are not necessarily garnering huge salaries.

Those earning lower incomes are slightly more likely to be online daters.

You have a choice of “looking for” activities partners, friends, casual dating, long-term dating marriage or pen-pal.