Getting a Divorce in South Korea as a Foreigner (Korean Divorce Law)

Seeking a Korean divorce and navigating the Korean legal system can be emotionally challenging, even more so if you’re a foreigner in Korea. IPG Legal has assisted numerous foreigners and local Korean clients at the Seoul Family Court and other courts in Korea in order to obtain a divorce for foreigners in Korea. We have, also, handled numerous child custody, Hague Abduction Treaty, asset division, and abduction cases for clients living in Korea or residing abroad. There are several things

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Changes to the Korean Immigration System means more Opportunities for Single Parents to Work in Korea

The Korean Times, recently, reported that the Ministry of Justice is looking at changes to the Immigration System to allow single parents to remain in South Korea with their adult children. The proposed changes are significant as it allows the provision for foreign residents to remain in the country provided they meet specific benchmarks for the resident F-2 visa. Migrants who were previously married to a Korean citizen will now be eligible for this visa, in the event of divorce

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Hiring an English-speaking Korean Divorce Lawyer (Korean Divorce Lawyers)

The following Korean divorce information is provided by the Seoul Global Center. Non-Koreans are capable of obtaining a divorce in Korea even if no party to the divorce is a Korean national. In most cases, you are advised to hire a proactive English-speaking Korean Divorce Lawyer. Please, also, read the following post we wrote on: Non-Koreans Obtaining a Divorce in Korea. The post, substantially, elaborates on this post. In most cases involving non-Koreans, it is advisable to seek assistance from

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