Before attempting to enforce a debt in Japan, it is important to confirm the basic information about the debtor. This includes confirming any address or contact information that may be outdated or incorrect.
While it is possible to set up a Japanese company from abroad, some of the requirements to establish a company become more difficult if the founder is not present in Japan. Specifically, it can be quite difficult for the company founder to submit the required certificate of registration for their personal seal or find a company representative who is a resident of Japan.
Permanent residency allows a foreign national to stay in Japan legally without having to worry about renewing a visa every year. In addition, becoming a permanent resident also lets the foreign national work in any field, not just the industry specified on his or her visa.
Marriage in Japan, like many other parts of the world, acts not only as a social union but as an economic one as well. In generally, husband and wife are expected to share property as one joint economic unit. However, even after marriage there are certain objects that couples like to think of as solely their own and to some extent the law recognizes this.