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1 Null and Void on Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:24 am

zry923


Arresto Menor
Atty. Can I fill null and void to my marriage. This is what happen, We married in Manila City Hall on December 28, 2007. But it was registered in Pasay City on Dec. 26, 2007. And the solemnizing is a Rev. which is we don't really know and the place is also in pasay city. We have a son. And Now we have different partners. We have both kids and we don't talk anymore. Can you please help me.

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2 Re: Null and Void on Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:18 pm

lararustan


Arresto Menor
gud day sir. my i ask how much will it cost to annulled the marriage of my parents. they also use fake birth certificate for my father for them to have a marriage licence that's way back 1990. and they separated year 1992.they got 3 children.my father now has his own family. and my mother now wants to marry his boyfriend.

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3 Re: Null and Void on Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:55 pm

manika


Arresto Menor
@ zry923... your case is similar to my friend's.a couple of lawyers here in the forum said that it can easily be granted since the marriage is considered null and void from the beginning. kelangan di ba physically present ka on the date and place that the marriage is supposed to have taken place.

balitaan mo ako sa case mo ha.

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4 Re: Null and Void on Wed Aug 29, 2012 5:18 pm

zry923


Arresto Menor
@ Aresto Menor. Sige po sir. Balitaan ko po kayo. Thank you for giving me hope.

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5 Re: Null and Void on Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:47 pm

manika


Arresto Menor
Civil Case No. 6020, Tagbilaran Bohol.

"The trial court found that there was no actual marriage ceremony performed between Lucio and Lucia by a solemnizing officer. Instead, what transpired was a mere signing of the marriage contract by the two, without the presence of a solemnizing officer. The trial court thus held that the marriage is void ab initio, in accordance with Articles 3 and 4 of the Family Code. As the dissenting opinion in CA-G.R. CR No. 20700, correctly puts it, "This simply means that there was no marriage to begin with; and that such declaration of nullity retroacts to the date of the first marriage. In other words, for all intents and purposes, reckoned from the date of the declaration of the first marriage as void ab initio to the date of the celebration of the first marriage, the accused was, under the eyes of the law, never married."24 The records show that no appeal was taken from the decision of the trial court in Civil Case No. 6020, hence, the decision had long become final and executory."

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