Each partner wants to use each room during the marriage. Is this grounds for divorce?
Using separate rooms does not in itself constitute grounds for divorce in court.
Our civil law sets out the grounds for divorce at trial and determines the reasons for divorce.
If there are facts, it is possible to file for divorce in court.
This is because the use of separate rooms is not determined as grounds for divorce in court.
In the court, as their lifestyle habits did not match, they lived in separate rooms for several years and marital conflicts piled up.
Even if a divorce suit is filed, the couple must resolve the current conflict situation.
In that it appears that there is the ability and room to solve the problem.
It was determined that this couple's marriage did not fall apart.
One party's divorce request has not been acknowledged.
On the other hand, the couple's relationship worsens and they live completely independently in separate rooms for a long period of time.
In the case of living without a substantive married life, such as not having a long-term marital relationship,
This couple's joint living relationship is already difficult to recover from.
It was determined that the relationship was broken and a divorce decree was issued.
Because different conclusions may be reached depending on the specific facts,
It is necessary to discuss your specific situation with an attorney.
This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law. For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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