Issues people don’t want to talk about or if they do, they talk wakicheka cheka, are; What do you do with a Kenyan marriage certificate once you get to the United States, or when your spouse who you married or got married to traditionally gets to the USA?What constitutes bigamy?If you get married in the USA, what laws govern your marriage when you go back home? What constitutes grounds for Divorce? What guidelines are used when the court decides to divide property you have accumulated separately or jointly? What happens to that property you have amassed in Kenya, possibly in your mother’s or father’s name? What laws apply?How about the support of your spouse who has been home for the duration of your marriage? How will she be supported after the Divorce? Is she entitled to alimony, and if so, when does it terminate? How about that spouse you educated moonlighting two to three jobs, but cannot stand you looks or behavior and wants out? How do you get compensated? How about those children you had during the marriage or before marriage? Who will pay child support? How much, when does it end? How about if the children are not yours? Are you entitled to a DNA testing?Custody/visitation: what does the court consider as guidelines to award custody, if you are not the custodian, how do you get to see your children? Can you pop in and out of your ex-spouse’s house to see your children? Other issues that may arise, and only spoken in the neighbors’ kitchen or in the bar are:Domestic violence;Child abuse- what constitutes child abuse? who reports? Children’s rights are not all bad, how do you support or protect your children from the school system, especially if they attend public school system?
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