Attorney wanted

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gymwhite
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Joined: 09/06/2010 - 09:22
Attorney wanted
I am looking for an English speaking attorney who specializes in divorce of a Korean and a non Korean. Does anyone know of someone that could give advice?
Rosalind
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Joined: 12/27/2010 - 18:59
hmmm. the only thing i can

hmmm. the only thing i can think of is maybe contact "ATEK" the association of english teachers in korea (correct me if im wrong with that acronym?) i think they have contacts for attorneys for help with labor laws and the like. might be a good place to find an english speaking attorney...

good luck to you.

John Venerikson
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Joined: 08/13/2009 - 12:36
lawyer
i am not sure if he specialzes in divorce but kevin kim may be able to help. his office is in centum. sorry but i have no further info about him (phone number and so on). i do know he is korean/american and of course is a lawyer. good luck.
GIFTministry
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Joined: 02/13/2011 - 23:31
counseling or lawyer help

Hi,

I don't know your situation and I do know that some international relationships can be extremely challenging. I've experienced some of that. But, I want to suggest that you consider some counseling first and the below place has people who can help with counseling or lawyers I'm quite sure. 

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"The foreigner call center operated jointly by the city and the Busan Foundation for International Activities, or BFIA started offering service in Russian and Uzbek on Jan. 12. The call center opened in 2009 and had been providing consulting and information in Korean, English, Chinese, Vietnamese and Indonesian. Help in Russian and Uzbek is offered from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and will help foreigners living in Busan with questions about life in the city. To receive Russian consulting, dial 1577-7716 and press 5.  

 

For more information, please contact the BFIA at 051)888-6655

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There are many cases where counseling, esp. Christian counseling, has been able to redeem marriages that seemed impossible to fix. I have seen and read numerous cases of that as well as experienced some myself and helped others with it some.  I also know that those who stick with the marriage are usually happier 5 years down the road than those who don't.  Again, there are exceptions and some some situations where divorce is best...and maybe yours is, but think about it.

A couple of the most helpful Christian ministries on this are:

www.empoweredlivingministries.org

http://www.focusonthefamily.com/marriage.aspx (they have free counselors available)

If you're interested, I have a lot of material that could be helpful to you if you e-mail me. My e-mail is [email protected].

All the best to you,

Bryan