A divorce by mutual agreement
In Korea, a divorce by mutual agreement is also known as an "uncontested divorce." Here are the general steps for obtaining an uncontested divorce in Korea:
Agree on the terms of the divorce: You and your spouse will need to agree on the terms of the divorce, including the division of property and any child custody arrangements.
Submit a joint application: You and your spouse will need to submit a joint application for divorce to the Family Court. This application should include the agreed-upon terms of the divorce.
Attend a court hearing: You and your spouse will need to attend a court hearing, where a judge will review your application and ask you questions about the terms of the divorce. If everything is in order, the judge will issue a divorce decree.
Register the divorce: Once the divorce decree is issued, you will need to register the divorce with the local district office.
It's important to note that the process for obtaining an uncontested divorce in Korea may vary depending on the specific circumstances of your case. It's always a good idea to consult with a lawyer who specializes in family law in Korea to ensure that you understand the process and are taking the necessary steps to obtain a divorce by mutual agreement.
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