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desperately need advise about marriage 2x

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1 desperately need advise about marriage 2x on Mon Nov 26, 2012 1:49 am

olan


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I have a wife who was married to another man more than 10 years ago. They had a son who is now a teenager under my custody. That man left her after the marriage, they never lived together in one roof. Like us, he also re-married and had another son on his new wife. He re-married first before we did. Now, they are contacting my wife to cooperate for the voiding of marriage or possibly an anullment.while the man is currently in another country. They are threatening to file a case against my wife. They want my wife to go to them to the province and cooperate. Do they have the right to file a court case againts my wife? Can she be arrested for re-marrying? My wife's first marriage is registered at NSO. I desperately need your advice.

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2 Re: desperately need advise about marriage 2x on Mon Nov 26, 2012 2:30 pm

olan


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Update: they called this morning, they want my wife to sign a document that tells that she arranged a fake marriage so that she can save her face at work but unfortunately someone registered the marriage. She replied that she might get into trouble in such an arrangement. They said that my wife can get a lawyer that will draft an agreement that my wife cannot be sued by them and she did it only to settle the the whole matter. I'm really glad I found this forum, I hope someone will advise me of what to do.

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3 Re: desperately need advise about marriage 2x on Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:40 pm

attyLLL


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is this document a petition for declaration of nullity? while her arm is being twisted, it may not be such a bad idea if she wants it also.

however, protect her by preparing to file bigamy case against the other party. perhaps the threat of mutually assured desctruction will make them think twice about filing a bigmay case against her


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4 Re: desperately need advise about marriage 2x on Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:19 am

olan


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Thank you very much for replying to my post. They said that it is part of the anullment case they filed. Yes, my wife also wants the annulment. But the document she will be asked to sign is a lie. Will she get in trouble signing it? Will an agreement signed by the other party that they will not sue her for that protect my wife after signing the document? They added that 2 summons will be sent to her for signing and 1 more for the trial. After signing these 3, no appearance is needed from her. Can this be true? Is this safe?

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5 Re: desperately need advise about marriage 2x on Tue Nov 27, 2012 9:21 pm

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i can't say it is safe, but perhaps there is a way to write that document truthfully


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6 Re: desperately need advise about marriage 2x on Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:01 pm

AWV


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Check your message...its for the best!

olan wrote:Thank you very much for replying to my post. They said that it is part of the anullment case they filed. Yes, my wife also wants the annulment. But the document she will be asked to sign is a lie. Will she get in trouble signing it? Will an agreement signed by the other party that they will not sue her for that protect my wife after signing the document? They added that 2 summons will be sent to her for signing and 1 more for the trial. After signing these 3, no appearance is needed from her. Can this be true? Is this safe?

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