So it''s a financial order. YOu really need independent legal advice. Enforcing financial orders abroad is complex and depends on the other country involved. Although a court in the UK can make an order against foreign property in practice it will only do this if it is satisfied that the order can be enforced abroad.
In certain circumstances maintenance orders can include lump sums and the transfer of property. If a property order can''t be enforced abroad then the value of the property can perhaps be offset against assets held in the UK