It is possible that a Massachusetts Court will enforce your marriage contract. The court should view your contract the same as any other marriage contract. If the contract was voluntarily entered by both parties who were competent, with full disclosure by both parties, was fair at the time it was created and remains fair at the time of divorce then the court may enforce the contract. You should consult a divorce lawyer who can review your situation.
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yes you can file for divorce but I doubt the court will enforce the gold clause in the Iranian marriage contract.
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You can get a divorce in the U.S. I assume your husband is still in Iran. If the U.S. court accepts the contract and makes it a part of the Decree, you will have a very difficult time enforcing this as the Iranian Court will not honor a U.S. court order. The only way to enforce the contract is to go to court in Iran and request that the contract be enforced. If your husband is in the U.S. then it should be a legally enforceable contract.
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