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Real Estate Transaction in Indonesia (2)

Monday, 30 December 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Real estate transaction in Indonesia is pretty straight forward but yet tricky as well as interesting business practise. Several aspects blended in one single deal. It involves various legal fields such as property law, taxation law, inheritance law, as well as family law in general. In real estate transaction, the most familiar and usual one is sale and purchase transaction. It happens on daily basis. It just business as usual. The Basic Agrarian Law in Indonesia stipulates that sales and…

What Happen When Couples Agreed to Legalize the Child Born Out of Wedlock in Indonesia

Monday, 09 December 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Child born out of wedlock in Indonesia has only legal relationship with its mother, and her family. This situation reflects in the child's birth certificate where you won't see the father's name on it. Without the marriage to the mother, the alleged father will not be able to retrieve custody privilege. Apart from the marriage, the father may also acknowledge the child in order to create relationship with the child. The father must acknowledge the child as his flesh and…

It's a Fact: Foreign Marriage Dissolution is Doable in Indonesia

Monday, 02 December 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Divorce in Indonesia for foreign couples is doable. The terms of foreign divorce refer to the fact that both of the spouses are foreigners, and none of them are an Indonesian citizen. Their marriage was performed and registered outside of territory of the Republic of Indonesia. None of the spouses report the marriage to the authority in Indonesia. So how can they get divorce in Indonesia? How do they dissolve their marriage? Do they event have any access to the…

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…

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