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what case to file against my ex husband

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1 what case to file against my ex husband on Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:48 am


Arresto Menor
Hi,I just want to seek for your advice. My husband and I were together for total of 4yrs ( 2yrs married )and separated last Dec 2011. I actually kicked him out of the house because I read a text message from another woman on his phone. We worked together and last Feb 2012 I found out that his other woman also works in our office. I asked the girl about it and she denied any involvement with my husband. My husband also denied it. Every time my husband comes over for a visit someone was constantly calling him. One night when he was sleeping I saw his phone on the floor and checked it...the woman texted him "babe ano gawa mo?" to which my husband replied with "timpla ng milk" I got the number and asked people from work, found out that it's the same girl. Then I found that their relationship started late Nov 2011, I found out everything about them. I had to resign from work because of too much embarassment. My co workers said that now that I resigned their relationship is already out in the open, PDAs and all. What case can I file against them?

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2 Re: what case to file against my ex husband on Sun Mar 18, 2012 12:34 pm


file a case of immorality with the HR. you can also file repeated marital infidelity against your husband under ra 9262. if they are living together , concubinage, if not, monetary damages against girl also

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