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marriage in dubai legal or not?

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1 marriage in dubai legal or not? on Tue Apr 17, 2012 5:17 pm

iamdeidrie


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we got married in Dubai last 2008, our marriage lasted for only 5 months because i caught my husband having an affair with his best friend, i don't have any printed document but i caught them through chat and mobiles, now they are living in Singapore.


questions:

1. is our marriage valid in the Philippines even if we are only 5 months together and we don't have our parent's advice since we are 25 then? I don't check if we have file in NSO

2.Can I ask for financial support from him even if we don't have a child?

3. Can I file a case under RA9262?

thanks and more power

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2 Re: marriage in dubai legal or not? on Wed Apr 18, 2012 6:31 pm

concepab


Reclusion Perpetua
iamdeidrie wrote:we got married in Dubai last 2008, our marriage lasted for only 5 months because i caught my husband having an affair with his best friend, i don't have any printed document but i caught them through chat and mobiles, now they are living in Singapore.


questions:

1. is our marriage valid in the Philippines even if we are only 5 months together and we don't have our parent's advice since we are 25 then? I don't check if we have file in NSO

2.Can I ask for financial support from him even if we don't have a child?

3. Can I file a case under RA9262?

thanks and more power

who officiated your wedding? is it in Embassy

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3 Re: marriage in dubai legal or not? on Thu Apr 19, 2012 9:43 pm

attyLLL


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1) yes, but it will be difficult if it wasn't registered in nso
2) yes
3) yes if you can prove repeated marital infidelity


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