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Just a Reminder that You Should Get Prenup in Indonesia!

Monday, 18 November 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Prenuptial agreement in Indonesia is a marital agreement that signed before the couple enter into a legal marriage. The marital contract is recognized under the laws in Indonesia, both the Marriage Law, and the Civil Code. You can write any content of your prenup as long as subject to law and regulation, religious values, appropriateness values, and morality. Most people, they treat their assets, both movable and immovable and their own debts as separate property free from claim from the…

These are the Key Takeaways from the Guardianship of a Child in Indonesia

Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Guardianship of a child in Indonesia is a challenging issues. Not only this is the most important part in family and matrimonial law practice, such as adoption cases, divorce cases, and custody disputes. It also plays substantial role in general civil law, such as how a judge determine a child's guardian in representing him/her in all of her legal affairs. What is Guardianship? Article 47 of 1974 Marriage Law stipulated that children under 18 years old or have never been…
Child custody in Indonesia is a family issue that may come into subject matter of the court if you're filing for a divorce. This is something normal in relation to the divorce case. Both parents claim that they are the best for the custody of their children. But do they? How the laws in Indonesian govern something like this? Read on! Fathers' Engagement Nowadays, fathers are getting more engaged in the child upbringing in Indonesia. They take the children to…

Why People Like to Get Married in Indonesia

Wednesday, 06 November 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Marriage in Indonesia is a choice of legality, simplicity, and hassle-free. The reason I put legality first is because the marriage laws protects your marriage, and a little family you raise. The laws require you to perform the marriage according to your religion belief, and recorded at a marriage registry. You need to understand that Indonesia does not recognize only civil marriage. You need to conduct religious ceremony first, before your marriage is legally recognized. In another words, solemnization first,…

What Marriage Legalization in Indonesia Really Means for You and Your Family.

Friday, 01 November 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Marriage legalization is applicable to Moslem couples in Indonesia. It is to legalize the marriage previously conducted under religious rites, but not legal according to the state law yet. It may be happened for so many reasons like one of the spouse was ready to make a new commitment with you, but he/she was not legally divorce yet. This can be a burden socially to you, your spouse, and your family. So, you decided to performed the religious marriage. Consuming …

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