The other person treats me as invisible. Is this also grounds for divorce?
The mere fact that the other party treats you as invisible does not constitute grounds for divorce in court.
There is no problem if both parties agree that they can no longer remain married due to this issue and divorce by mutual consent.
However, if only one of the couple wants a divorce,
Divorce is only possible if the grounds for divorce under Article 840 of the Civil Code are met.
Treating someone as invisible is not stipulated in Article 840 of the Civil Code, so this fact alone is not grounds for divorce.
However, if other marital conflicts are amplified and as a result, people are treated as invisible,
Or, if you treat someone as invisible, it will spread to other conflicts and as a result,
The fact that the marriage has broken down to the point where it is no longer possible to continue the marital relationship.
If you can prove it, it may fall under Article 840, Paragraph 6 of the Civil Code among the grounds for divorce at trial.
Whether there are serious reasons why the actual marriage cannot continue
The court will decide, and this may lead to different results depending on the specific facts.
This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law. For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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