The other person is assaulting my child. Is this grounds for divorce?
Are you considering divorce because your significant other is assaulting your children?
Yes, it can be grounds for divorce.
The court ruled that the husband not only disciplined the child, but also suffered bruises all over his body.
In a case in which he beat her to the point of lifting and repeatedly verbally abused and assaulted her wife.
‘When there are serious reasons that make it difficult to continue the marriage’ (Civil Act Article 840, Paragraph 6) and
It is considered to apply to all cases of ‘when you have been treated extremely unfairly by your spouse’ (No. 3).
Her wife's divorce petition was accepted.
Of course, in this case, it is considered a child abuse crime and will be punished separately.
In addition, even if the child was not assaulted directly and only the spouse was assaulted,
Young children are diagnosed with depression due to their father's violence.
There is also a ruling that if it was sufficient, it should be considered grounds for divorce in court.
Likewise, severe assault on a child can also be grounds for divorce.
This will also affect the designation of custody in litigation.
This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law. For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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