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Former Jewelry member Lee Ji Hyun gives up all assets and alimony in her divorce

By yckim124   Monday, August 29, 2016   61,004   1,789   85



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Former Jewelry member Lee Ji Hyun has officially divorced her husband of 3 years without receiving any share of the assets or the alimony.

Lee Ji Hyun's legal representative elaborated on her decision with, "The trial will have to continue on longer if she fights for assets and alimony. Lee Ji Hyun has decided to give up both for full custody of her children and they have reached a final compromise." 

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Ultimately, Lee Ji Hyun sacrificed her share of the assets and alimony to be with her 2 young children. 

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InvisibleBBC02 Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Giving up everything for her children.... now THAT, deserves respect.

Exo_Leia Tuesday, August 30, 2016

I respect her so much for giving all that up just for her children. I'm literally crying right now she's such a great mother

QueenGG Tuesday, August 30, 2016

wait so did she get custody of the children?

lanterngirl QueenGG Tuesday, August 30, 2016


Jossie_Kwon_28 Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Anything to be with her kids her children will grow up to be great people and respect their wonderful mother💕

nami_chan Tuesday, August 30, 2016

ugh sorry but that man is a piece of sh*t that only cares about money, I'm glas she has the custody of the children, I respect her.

nami_chan Tuesday, August 30, 2016


hermesdragon Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Remember what happened when se came in the xman special episode of RUNNING MAN, ..they were playing the "Of course" game and kim jong kook had asked whether she was in a happy that moment she actually paused for few seconds and all the RM members started joking/pointing it out and saying whether everthings alright. She laughed it off at that time.. This episode was shot in December 2015.

daFoolio Tuesday, August 30, 2016


melomelon Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Alimony isn't the same as child support. She'll likely at least receive child support from the husband. If not, then the husband is a *beep*

bizarresone101 melomelon Tuesday, August 30, 2016

I kinda doubt that hell give her money even for the kids. Cuz child support does take a long time too in the courts even if he does agree to it theyll still hve to agree on the amount. I give her props for choosig the kids over money

beyondordinary Tuesday, August 30, 2016

the husband kinda sounds like an ass.. no I don't know him but I'm just making that assumption

eager_beaver Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Sounds a little weird. Isn't shared custody of the children an expected default position as long as the parents are fairly normal? Why would she completely have to give up her share of the assets just to get to spend time with her children? If she had fought for the assets, or at least some share of it, would the dad have gotten full custody of the children? The article says that the trial would have continued longer if she had tried to fight for her assets. So I can understand if she wanted to avoid that and gave up her share of the assets as a result. But the article insinuates that it wasn't just a matter of convenience, but that the decision in fact was a trade off; she gets assets but gets no access to children, or hands over all assets just to get shared custody. In my mind a weird deal. It heavily favoured the husband.

Blue82 eager_beaver Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Joint custody is not the automatic default in many places. It's especially difficult when it's a high profile case. The wording makes it seem like her husband would have fought for custody just so that he wouldn't have to pay alimony and split their assets. I can understand her reasoning. A long drawn out battle wouldn't be healthy for the children and would put strain on herself as well.

daFoolio eager_beaver Tuesday, August 30, 2016

there's always a custodial parent.. kids have to live 5 days a week with someone and go to school...

Blue82 daFoolio Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Not always. Custody differs depending on type. With Sole custody with a primary custodial guardian one parent has the child(ren) the majority of the time and the non-custodial parent gets them typically on weekends as well as alternating holidays and for part of the summer. In joint custody it can vary from alternating one week at one house to splitting six months with one parent and six with the other. I have joint custody with my ex but my children live with me and he gets them twice a month from Friday in the evening until noon on Wednesday. We were able to do that because we had a custom agreement drawn up with our lawyers and a mediator and it was presented to the judge. We had to agree in court not to come back complaining or asking for alterations before the judge would approve it. My brother's ex had the alternating weeks with her ex husband. She had their daughter one week and he got her the next. How far apart you live also plays a part. For parents living closer together (in my state it's within 100 miles) there is one standard and if they live farther apart visitation is different. Example: withing 100 miles you get 30 days of summer visitation if you are the non-primary custodial parent. If you live 100 miles or farther apart you get 45 days. It also differs by state and country.

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