There is no parental or custody rights. Can I see my child?
Yes, of course you can see it.
After divorce, one parent and the child who do not directly raise the child
The law provides for mutual interview negotiations.
In addition, after divorce, one parent who does not directly raise the child dies or
Due to unavoidable circumstances such as hospitalization in the intensive care unit, military service, or imprisonment as a prison guard,
In cases where the right to interview cannot be exercised, the child can only live with the biological family.
By interacting with one of the maternal families, there is a balance between the two families.
There are many cases where the bond is lost, and in this case, the grandparents
Interviews with grandchildren are possible with permission from the family court.
This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law.For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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