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When You’re Too Busy To Have Your Last Will in Indonesia

Saturday, 26 October 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Last will in Indonesia is a legal instrument to distribute your assets after you pass-away. This is your preferred way to get the people you care most to inherit your assets notwithstanding any prevailing rules and regulation regarding inheritance in Indonesia. You can distribute any rights and obligations in the field of property law to your next of kin. There are three (3) different inheritance laws in Indonesia, and you must specify one law in your last will. We have…

Prenuptial Agreement for Mixed-Marriage Couples in Indonesia

Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Prenuptial agreement in Indonesia is an agreement you sign with your partner before performing the marriage. The date when you execute it must shows clearly that it is being entered on or before the legal marriage date. I have reason to believe that your legal marriage date may be different than the solemnization date. It because the marriage in Indonesia is considered legal when you perform the religious marriage prior the civil ceremony, unless of course, if you were married…

Dissolving a Foreign Marriage in Indonesia

Monday, 21 October 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Getting divorce in Indonesia is not easy, especially if you were married abroad, but is still doable. You can rely on the court in Indonesia to dissolve your foreign marriage. This is not the case that they usually see on daily basis. This is about making Indonesia as your primary jurisdiction. Some regular legal issues in terms of divorcing in Indonesia may not be applicable to your case. For example, the marriage must be registered or reported to the marriage…

What I want My Foreign Partner to Do with Prenuptial Agreement

Monday, 14 October 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Prenuptial agreement in Indonesia is highly recommended for mixed-couples in Indonesia. This is the only way to get around the legal issues exist in your matrimony as imposed by the prevailing laws in Indonesia. What exactly is that? Simple, they don't want foreigners to really own a piece of property in Indonesia. At least, under Hak Milik. It is similar to freehold title that you can keep it for good, no expiry date, and you can inherit it to your…

Police Clearance Certificate in Indonesia

Wednesday, 09 October 2019
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Police clearance certificate in Indonesia also known as Surat Keterangan Catatan Kepolisian (so called “SKCK”). This is the police certificate that certifying your crime record. Previously, known as Good Conduct Certificate (Surat Keterangan Kelakuan Baik/SKKB) certifies that you are not involve in a crime until certain period of time. Both terms are referring to the same thing. The police clearance certificate valid for six (6) months since date of issuing. You may submit a renewal application when you think you…

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