Liz_Taipei wrote:OK, here is my case!
Canadian woman married to a Taiwanese guy. Got married in Canada. Registered the marriage in Taiwan.
I got the JFRV.
We are now looking to get divorced, no fault, just get it over with. No kids, no house, nothing much between the two of us (thank God!).
I'm living in Korea as of February.
Question 1. Do I need to fly back to Taiwan to sign the papers or they can be mailed to me?
Question 2. What should I do for the Canadian part of the issue? Will I need to register the divorce over there and how?
Can't wait for all that to be behind!!!!
Most grateful for all constructive advice!
Liz_Taipei wrote:My ex's English is still in the experimental stages of Chinglish and having a good knowledge of Mandarin grammar and sentence structure greatly helps understanding the basic nuances of his inspired messages, emails, and ... blog!!!
Blog he's been keeping since I 'abandoned' him 'heartlessly' last year, with all the good stuff such as defamation, invasion of privacy (many times over, went as far as putting a map of my workplace abroad), publication of scanned handwritten notes, posting of pictures of me when we were still married... I must be forgetting some stuff here.
He's even contacting my parents on a regular basis, and them, for fear of him slitting his wrists or something, are kind enough to keep contact.
Belgian Pie wrote:Shouldn't you have the document translated and notarized, stamped by the Canadian office and than have it registered in Canada ... for the Canadian law you're still married ...
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