Divorce, christening papers, property transfers go digital

Divorce, christening papers, property transfers go digital

The Digital Governance Ministry announced Thursday it will soon launch new apps that will digitize, among others, consensual divorce, christening certificates, property transfers and telepsychiatry services.

Through an attorney, a couple who want a consensual divorce will be able to electronically end their marriage in 10 days.

On property, with the consent of the interested parties, notaries will have access to a digital real estate transfer file using which he/she will obtain all the certificates required from the state’s information systems.

An app will digitize documents for the christening of a child and registering its name. Another app will enable citizens to have access to the trials register in real time. And free e-consulting on mental health issues will be offered through an online platform.

Finally, setting up a sole proprietorship company will require one action, slicing through bureaucracy.

Subscribe to our Newsletters

Enter your information below to receive our weekly newsletters with the latest insights, opinion pieces and current events straight to your inbox.

By signing up you are agreeing to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.