What is the procedure for foreigners to marry in Turkey and what are the consequences?

Article 12 of the Law on Private International Law regulates 'Marriage' and Article 13 regulates 'Divorce'.

Article 12 of the Law on Private International Law regulates 'Marriage' and Article 13 regulates 'Divorce'. According to M.12; The national law of each of the parties at the time of marriage applies to the capacity and conditions of marriage. The form of marriage is governed by the law of the place where it took place. When getting married in Turkey, the form determined by Turkish laws must be followed, otherwise the marriage will not be valid in Turkey. It would be right to act with a law firm that is specialized in this field, since marriage made according to Turkish laws can lead to many issues with respect to the property regime and future lineage. Lastly, it should be noted that according to the provisions of international agreements, marriages made in consulates are also valid.