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hoping for an invalid marriage

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1 hoping for an invalid marriage on Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:04 pm

Lily Dee


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good day! i am a 32 yrs old lady, married to a married man (got his cenomarr and i'm his #2 wife). we are separated for almost 4 yrs. we have 2 kids (9 & 7). can i be marry again legally? i would like to know my rights as a person and as mother. looking forward for your help, many thanks!

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2 Re: hoping for an invalid marriage on Sat Feb 04, 2012 1:11 am

attyLLL


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you have to have your marriage annulled first before you can remarry


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3 Re: hoping for an invalid marriage on Tue May 28, 2013 5:39 pm

ronvaldez


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good day, im asking if marriage is valid or not, married in negara brunei darrusalam with marriage certificate from marriage registrar brunei darrusalam both filipino.but they dont have marriage certificate from local registrar here in the philippines.
thank you

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4 Re: hoping for an invalid marriage on Tue May 28, 2013 5:52 pm

AWV


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ronvaldez wrote:good day, im asking if marriage is valid or not, married in negara brunei darrusalam with marriage certificate from marriage registrar brunei darrusalam both filipino.but they dont have marriage certificate from local registrar here in the philippines.
thank you

If you submitted a copy to the Philippine embassy it normally takes time for them to forward it to census! If you did not sumit it, apply for a divorce in Brunei.

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