The other person is very suspicious. Is this grounds for divorce?
The mere fact that the other person is suspicious of you cannot be grounds for divorce in court.
This is because our civil law restricts the cases in which divorce is possible at trial as follows.
However, for example, without any objective basis, such as claiming that one spouse has a child hidden before marriage, etc.
When the degree of suspicion is serious, that is, when one party seriously suspects the other spouse,
The couple's marital relationship has already broken down irreparably.
When looking into who is responsible for the breakdown of the marriage relationship,
If it appears that excessive suspicion on the part of one party is the cause, the court shall decide on this matter.
The grounds for divorce are recognized as ‘when there are other serious reasons that make it difficult to continue the marriage’ as prescribed in Item 6 above, and
This allows one party to accept a claim for alimony on the grounds that he or she has suffered significant mental suffering.
This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law. For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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