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1 Marriage Licence Issue on Tue May 29, 2012 3:29 pm


Arresto Menor
My gf and i are getting married this comming june 30 2012 sa church. Wala na po kaming time para umattend ng seminar sa cityhall para makakuha ng marriage license kaya nagbayad na lang po kami sa kakilala ng mom ko na nagtatrabaho sa cityhall. Ang hindi po namin alam ay marriage certificate na po ang napagawa para samin at hindi marriage license lang. Ang alam po namin ay kasama lang sa proseso nung pinag fillout kami ng marriage certificate. Hindi po namin alam na kinakasal na po pala kami nun dahil hindi rin naman po namin alam ang proseso ng civil wedding. Ang problema po ay may pirma po namin pareho ang marriage certificate at may pirma din po ng 1 ninong at 1 ninang namin. Hindi rin po ino-honor sa church namin ang civil wedding. Pano po namin mababago ang date, place at solemnizing officer sa marriage certificate namin? Naghahanap po kami ng mabilis na solusyon dahil 1 buwan na lang po at kasal na namin.

Sana po matulungan ninyo kmi..

Maraming pong salamat

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2 Re: Marriage Licence Issue on Thu May 31, 2012 8:36 am


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3 Re: Marriage Licence Issue on Sat Jun 02, 2012 10:17 am


ohh, the follies of shortcuts. for lack of a seminar, the wedding was lost.

there is no quick solution because the remedy is to file a court petition for declaration that the marriage was void.

the alternative is to skip a catholic church wedding, find some other pastor or religious group willing to conduct a ceremony which is pretty much just a renewal of vows.

next time, read what you are signing. the words 'marriage contract' are in bold print.

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