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Multiple marriages and family

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1 Multiple marriages and family on Wed Feb 08, 2012 1:31 pm

fulloffamilydrama


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Kumusta po? Newbie lang po ako sa site and magtatanong lang po ako.Medyo mahaba yung story pero its better siguro na complete un details.
Thanks in advance sa mga makakasagot ng questions ko.

27 na po ako ngaun,turning 28 and I believe my parents got married in a church wedding 28 years or so ago. Naghiwalay po sila when I was around 1-2 yrs old. Nagwork abroad ang mama ko and my dad's mom took care of me while my dad works as a driver. My mom came back a few times and tried to take me away pero palagi akong binabawi ng lola ko until maybe I was around 9 yrs old. Then my dad got remarried and had 3 sons born in 1988,1992 and 1995. Nagkaanak din po ang mama ko sa iba noong 1988 at 1992. Lahat ng kapatid ko sa tatay ko ay nakaapelido sa kanya,at yung mga kapatid ko sa mama ko,nakaapelido sa mga tatay nila(3 girls po kami na iba iba ama). Nung teenager ako,may nakita po akong papel na nakalagay yung kasunduan (na I think pirmado ng municipal government) ng mama at tatay ko na maghihiwalay na sila at mapupunta ako sa tatay ko habang nag-aaral ako at makukuha ako ng mama ko tuwing bakasyon.( But my whole life,sa lola ko po ako lumaki atsya ang bumuhay at nag paaral sa akin.walang sustento from both parents).Pero I believe na hindi sila legally annulled. Ang tatay ko po ay kasal dun sa 2nd wife nya at nakaregister sa ibang probinsya.And may record din po sa nso yung marriage ng tatay ko at madrasta ko dahil ginamit nila un married name nila sa pag-apply ng passports at visa abroad. So bale nagsama lang ng ilang taon ang magulang ko at ako lang ang anak nila between the 2 of them then nghiwalay sila then they both got remarried multiple times.( I know napakacomplicated ng family tree namin! Very Happy )
Nagsama ang tatay ko at madrasta ko until around 2005 then ng-asawa uli ng bago ang tatay ko pero hindi ngpakasal,may anak na po sila na 2, born 2007 at 2009 at parehong nakaapelido sa tatay ko. (no insults please) Eto po ang mga tanong ko.

1. Ano na po ang sa tingin nyo legal status ng parents ko kung di sila legally annulled?

2. Ako lang po ba ang legal child kahit na mas matagal nagsama un madrasta ko at tatay ko kaysa sa parents ko?

3. May karapatan po ba ang kahit sino sa kanila na magfile ng case against each other?

4. I've read somewhere na may karapatan din ang mga illegitimate kids ng 1/2 sa pwedeng manahin sa magulang. Kung may lupa ang tatay ko na minana nya sa magulang nya pero hindi pa nalilipat sa pangalan nya (just verbally agreed) at inilipat sa pangalan ko (like this: grandma-to-my name) ang titulo (with affidavit with signatures from all of my grandma's kids and my dad) may habol po ba ang mga kapatid ko knowing na yun ang parte ng mana ng tatay namin mula sa magulang nya?(My grandma wanted to do that to make sure that my house she had builted for me in that land would be mine and I will receive my "would-be" part of inheritance from my dad because she don't want me to be deprived of my rights as the only legal daughter considering I've already been neglected my whole life.)

Salamat po sa mga future answers and I hope my story didn't bore you too much Smile .

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2 Re: Multiple marriages and family on Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:44 pm

attyLLL


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1) still married
2) you are the legitimate child, all others are illegit
3) yes
4) yes


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