The other person refuses to take my parents with me. Is this grounds for divorce?
The mere fact that the other party refuses to take care of my parents is not a direct reason for divorce.
However, due to the issue of caring for one's parents, marital conflict amplifies and mutual trust is broken.
Ultimately, if the marriage relationship has broken down to the point where it is difficult to recover, it may be grounds for divorce under Article 840, Paragraph 6 of the Civil Act.
However, the question of who is responsible for the breakdown of the marriage is the partner who refused to take care of the other parent.
The court will decide based on the specific facts rather than whether there is necessarily a mistake.
This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law. For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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