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Married to a man that doesnt exist

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1 Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:23 pm

christine21


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Good day!

I have read almost all of thread here in this blog but i did not find any situation i am encountering right now thats why i made my own.

I am married since 2011 to a man that doesnt exist. yes its not existed.

And this is my story, way back 2010 i met a man then we get into a relationship that we fell both inlove then we plan to get married in 2012. then it happened we got married in the year 2012. we are living together for almost a year.When i went to NSO office to get my husband birth certificate they did not find that name and they told me that the person never existed in their record.

I was shocked in that time becuase i am married to man that doesnt exist.

I think my husband bought an NSO bcert from recto and other fake documents to complete the requirements for our marriage.


i have a lot of question need to be answered to clear my mind. i hope someone could help me on this.

1. Am i married or not?
2. Are we leggaly married?
3. Am i the only one encountering this?
4. Is that possible to submit fake documents to get married?

Please please answer all my questions.

Your quick response will be highly appreciated.

Thanks and godbless





Last edited by christine21 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:29 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : wrong year sorry)

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2 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:21 pm

mdventura


Reclusion Temporal
To answer your questions:

1. Am I married or not? -NO!
2. Are we leggaly married? - NO!
3. Am I the only one encountering this? -NO!
4. Is that possible to submit fake documents to get married? - YES!
affraid
Sorry to say but the fact is, it seems that he planned it from the start to fool you! SO SORRY! Sad

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3 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:24 pm

christine21


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mdventura wrote:To answer your questions:

1. Am I married or not? -NO!
2. Are we leggaly married? - NO!
3. Am I the only one encountering this? -NO!
4. Is that possible to submit fake documents to get married? - YES!
affraid
Sorry to say but the fact is, it seems that he planned it from the start to fool you! SO SORRY! Sad

Sir, but my marriage already registered in NSO. i have a certified copy. what should i do?

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4 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:40 pm

mdventura


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What is it you want to do?
Do you want to keep the marriage or not?

If you do want to keep your marriage.
It could be, he was never been registered and he can apply for late registration of birth certificate. But there are processing with this he has to apply for late registration of birth certificate to his town of origin and support that with evidence that he has been using this name since birth and has to be counter sign by two dis interested person who are not related to him.

OR

If you wish NOT to be married to him and get rid of this existing marriage certificate.
Open a case for nullity as he produced a falsify birth certificate the time he marries you.


Sir, but my marriage already registered in NSO. i have a certified copy. what should i do?

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5 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:42 pm

mdventura


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As he falsify the marriage supplying with fake birth certificate the marriage is VOID in the first place.

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6 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:56 pm

attyLLL


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1. Am i married or not?
2. Are we leggaly married?
3. Am i the only one encountering this?
4. Is that possible to submit fake documents to get married?


you are presumed to be validly married until it is declared otherwise by the court. i have encountered a similar case. i'm afraid fake docs are a reality.

have you confronted your husband? and note that the nso is not infalliable. give a copy of the bc he used as a reference. you can also inquire at the civil registrar where it was registered. it's possible that it was just not forwarded to nso especially if it was from the province.


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7 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sat Jun 23, 2012 4:24 pm

christine21


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im afraid that he might be married once thats why he used other name. i love him more than myself. we dont have any problems. im confused, i dont want to open up to him to what i found out, i dont want to know the truth it might get me into heart attack.

what should i do? help me pls.

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8 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sun Jun 24, 2012 7:49 am

attyLLL


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if you don't want to know the truth, as you said, then do nothing. if you want the truth, see my post. it could be nothing or it could be everything.

I do know of one case where the husband used a fictitious identity. the telling evidence was the complete absence of any of his guests at the wedding.


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9 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Wed Jul 04, 2012 10:57 am

ronjay


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atty medyo similar po ang situation ko sa case na ito, tapos lately napadalhan ako ng subpoena pero ang nakalagay estafa daw. Nung nag appear po ako dun ko nalaman na nagdemanda pala yung tunay na asawa ng babae dahil sa pagpapakasal gamit ang ibang pangalan. matagal na po kami naghiwalay nung babae dahil nga nalaman ko na fake identity ang ginamit. tama po ba ang case na estafa para dito? -marami po salamat and god bless.

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10 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Wed Jul 04, 2012 4:38 pm

attyLLL


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off the cuff, it doesn't seem like a proper case of estafa


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11 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:42 pm

concepab


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ronjay wrote:atty medyo similar po ang situation ko sa case na ito, tapos lately napadalhan ako ng subpoena pero ang nakalagay estafa daw. Nung nag appear po ako dun ko nalaman na nagdemanda pala yung tunay na asawa ng babae dahil sa pagpapakasal gamit ang ibang pangalan. matagal na po kami naghiwalay nung babae dahil nga nalaman ko na fake identity ang ginamit. tama po ba ang case na estafa para dito? -marami po salamat and god bless.

dont' worry about your estafa case. you should do something about your second marriage, anyone can file a bigamy case against you. at dun ka mahihirapan lumusot.

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12 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:48 pm

ronjay


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@attyLLL and @concepab marami po salamat sa pag reply.

ask lang po ulit, sa bigamy po ba ay territorial din ang pagpa file ng case? ano po ang tamang proseso nito? paano po kung sa ibang lugar (sa loob pa rin ng pilipinas) i-file ang case/complaint? valid po ba iyon?

marami po ulit salamat.

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13 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Fri Jul 06, 2012 2:07 am

edxd


Arresto Menor
may nakakalitong tanong po ako. i hope u could help me on this.

the situation is similar to the post of miss christine.

Meron po akong kaibigang lalaki, nakasal na sya pero naghiwalay din dhil sa madalas nilang pag aaway nung babae.

Ngaun po, meron syang panibagong asawa. bali ganito ang ngyari, nagpagawa po sya ng birth certificate i think made in recto at cenomar para lumabas na single sya. ang ginawa nya iniba nya lng ang spelling ng knyang pangalan para ndi mag match sa totoo nyang pangalan at ndi madetect na may una syang nging asawa.

dumating yung oras na nag ayos sila ng mga requirements. peke nnman ang mga pinakita nya, fake id, fake BC, fake cenomar. pero natuloy prin ang kasal.

lumipas na ang kasal, at nakuha na nya ung certificate of marriage nya sa panibago nyang asawa.

pineke nnman nya ung certificate of marriage nya, pinagwa nya sa recto. lahat ng information ay tama ang pinagkaiba lng ay ipinalagay nya ang knyang tunay na pangalan sa certificate.

ang tnong ko po.

1. Hindi po ba madedetect sa NSO kung dalawa ang knyang asawa base sa kwento ko?

2. legal po ba silang mag-asawa?

3. lulusot po ba sya sa mga gnwa nya?

as of now kasama ko silang dalawa dito sa flat sa ibang bansa. walang kaalam alam ung babae na pangalawa na syang asawa.

Maraming salamat po.

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14 Re: Married to a man that doesnt exist on Sun Jul 08, 2012 8:02 am

attyLLL


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ronjay, answered your other post.

edxd, nso will probably not see that, their marriage is void. lulusot siya if no one prosecutes him


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