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Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun?

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1 Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Tue Apr 17, 2012 4:51 pm

me_me


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hello po, i just want to ask anu po yung petition for absolute divorce? im marrying a foreigner who is a divorcee, his ex wife is a filipina. divorced for 5 years na, and its already registered in NSO. pero the LCR still require a petition for absolute divorce papers. we have the divorce certificate already. confusing lng po ksi the attorney is asking 30K just for the petition of divorce to be signed by the court. is that really the process po?
any insight will be a great help.
thank you so much!

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attyLLL


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i recommend the foreigner goes to his embassy to get a certification that he is capacitated to marry.

do you mean that on his marriage certificate, the divorce is already annotated?


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me_me


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We already have the certificate of divorce from the embassy and also the cenomar from NSO.
Do we still need to petition for recognition of divorce?
His filipina ex wife has re-married, we are very confused because the LCR wont accept without the sign from the court.

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4 Re: Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:07 pm

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does this certificate of divorce from the embassy explicitly say that he is entitled to remarry? the thing is, some countries have relative or absolute divorce.


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5 Re: Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:30 pm

me_me


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Yes, it is stated on the certificate that he is divorced and unmarried. And he is also certified to marry.
The lawyer that LCR offered said that the process will take up to 6 months.
Its very vague. That's why I am checking on all possible information regarding this.
Thank you.

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attyLLL


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imo, you should write to the civil registrar himself. they should respect the certification. they have no right to reject the application.


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7 Re: Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:00 pm

morada panno


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good pm po,ask ko lng po kong anong mga kelangan sa petition for recognitio of foreign judment.kasal kasi ang anak ko sa hapon d2 sila kinasal sa pilipinas pero devoce na sila sa japan,saan po makuha ang petition of foreign judgement? pls help me po.thank you

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8 Re: Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Fri Apr 27, 2012 11:09 pm

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the first step is to get a lawyer who will advice you. the one we handled took about six months.


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complicated.life


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attyLLL wrote:the first step is to get a lawyer who will advice you. the one we handled took about six months.

atty...ask ko lang po kung 150,000 ba talaga ang filing ng petition for recognition of foreign judment? di ba mas madali naman yun kesa sa annulment o pareho lang?

thanks po.

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10 Re: Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Fri May 04, 2012 10:23 pm

attyLLL


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if you're referring to the same one where the petitioner for the divorce was still a filipino, it will be a total waste of money


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11 Re: Petition for absolute divorce? anu po yun? on Sat May 05, 2012 1:19 pm

complicated.life


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i see...got it! thanks a bunch!

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