Married to irresponsible husband
1 Married to irresponsible husband on Tue Jun 19, 2012 3:10 pm
2 Re: Married to irresponsible husband on Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:08 pm
3 Re: Married to irresponsible husband on Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:24 pm
One ground that may be used in filing a Petition for Declaration of Nullity is psychological incapacity of either or both of the parties. This does not have to be a mental condition that needs treatment, it only means that the party/parties psychologically incapacitated is/are rendered incapable of performing the marital obligations.
If it can be shown that your husband's inability to support you physically, financially and emotionally is due to psychological incapacity, then it may be just the ground you need to file the said Petition.
For more free legal information about Declaration of Nullity of Marriage, you may want to visit www.domingo-law.com
4 Re: Married to irresponsible husband on Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:02 pm
5 Re: Married to irresponsible husband on Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:07 am
In annulment proceedings, a petition is filed by the petitioner before the Regional Trial Court of the province or city where he/she has been residing for the past six months.
The duration of the annulment proceedings depends on the availability of the court where it is filed. If the court has a number of cases to hear and decide, it may take a while longer.
As to the costs, it is also on a case to case basis. It will depend on how much you will be charged by the lawyer of your choice.
Should you have more questions regarding annulment, you may visit www.domingo-law.com for free legal information.
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