illegitimate child inheritance
1 illegitimate child inheritance on Sat Aug 04, 2012 6:18 pm
3 Re: illegitimate child inheritance on Sat Aug 04, 2012 6:36 pm
4 Re: illegitimate child inheritance on Sat Aug 04, 2012 7:00 pm
5 Re: illegitimate child inheritance on Sat Aug 04, 2012 10:15 pm
dLegalWife wrote:ang concern ko po dito eh kung ano po ang gagawin ko para po ma protektahan yung investment namin at mga upcoming properties na maiinvest pa po namin..gusto po naming mag-asawa na ma secure ang lahat ng yun..sapat na po ba na ipangalan lang po sa kin ang lahat ng properties at account para po hindi yun magalaw just in case mag file na po ng case yung nanay ng step-daughter ko para maghabol sa mana?
The child have rights for a fair share of her father’s states. Kahit hindi maghabol ang mother ng bata, the child here self can ask for it when time come.
6 Re: illegitimate child inheritance on Sat Aug 04, 2012 11:41 pm
7 Re: illegitimate child inheritance on Sun Aug 05, 2012 12:48 pm
Assuming you got married in 2012 (and it seems there was no agreement between you and your husband before you got married), then absolute community of property is automatically the system between yourselves. Under Article 91 of the Family Code, upon your marriage, all properties belonging to either you or your husband automatically became part of the community property.
All of your properties are now one (aka your ACP). Except for: property donated to you during the marriage, those that you use exclusively.
The father's exclusive property will support the illegitimate child. But if his exclusive property is NOT enough then the ACP will advance the amount of support. When the ACP ends, in death, separation, annulment, you and your husband will divide it 50%-50%. The support given to the illegitimate child from the ACP will be deducted to your husband's 50%. In the event that even the ACP is not enough to support the illegitimate child then your property will be used to support the illegitimate child.
If you want to protect your property, simply registering it in your name is not enough because the law presumes that all property acquired during the marriage belongs to the ACP. You have to go to court and obtain a judicial declaration of separation of property.
9 Re: illegitimate child inheritance on Mon Aug 06, 2012 10:45 pm
dLegalWife wrote:concepab - andon na po ako, alam ko po may karapatan yung bata and as i've said earlier po wala nman kaming problema ng step-daughter ko kung siya lang po ang maghahabol kahit lahat na ibigay ko kasi para sa kin anak ko na rin po siya ang problema po kasi sa mother ng bata, siya mismo yung naghahabol samantala d nman pinapabayaan yung bata, ang gusto po kc niya hindi lang fair share kundi lahat at pag hindi po yun naibigay ng asawa ko nag babanta siya na mag demanda
the mother cannot demand anything other than sufficient financial support for your step daughter. don't worry.
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