Hala Shiha officially separated from her Canadian husband in the real...

Hala Shiha officially separated from her Canadian husband in the real...
Hala Shiha officially separated from her Canadian husband in the real...

The real estate month in Alexandria witnessed today, Sunday, the official divorce of the artist Hala Shiha from her husband, Steve Mark, the Canadian national, after their separation a long time ago, and the official separation took place today at the real estate registration headquarters in the Mansheya area.

Tariq Fouda, the husband’s lawyer, said that his client, Steve Mark, had been divorced with a formal power of attorney from him to officially complete the divorce and in the presence of the wife’s attorney, Hala Shiha, an official divorce, as desired by both parties.

He added, in a special statement for the seventh day, that the wife was divorced from all marital expenses, explaining that the divorce process took place in the real estate registry in Alexandria, given that the marriage was in Alexandria, following legal procedures.

It is noteworthy that the artist, Hala Shiha, separated from her husband and came to Egypt with her four children a long time ago, and there was no official separation during this period until the divorce process took place today in the real estate month in Alexandria with the power of his lawyer.

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