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1 conjugal dwelling on Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:51 pm

tip


Arresto Menor
Dear AttyLLL,

Nakikitira lang po kami dati ng misis ko sa house ng mother ko temporarily hanggang nag naghiwalay na po kami ng misis ko (not legally). Yung owner po talaga ng house and lot na tinirhan namin ay mother ko. Masasabi ba na conjugal dwelling naming mag-asawa ang bahay na tinirhan namin ng misis ko kahit pag aari ito ng mother ko?
Kasi yung totoo wala pa kaming house and lot na sarili namin. Meron sana kaso rights pa lang kasi kumuha ako ng house and lot sa isang subdivision na nakapangalan sa akin kaso di na naituloy ang bayad mga 1 year na mahigit di nababayaran.

Paki sago nalang po.

Thanks,
Tip

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2 Re: conjugal dwelling on Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:52 pm

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it is just your residence, but it is not your property.

whatever rights you have on that purchase, that is conjugal


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3 Re: conjugal dwelling on Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:13 pm

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Arresto Menor
Dear Attorney,

Halos mag 1 year napo kasi na hindi bumabalik ang misis ko sa house ng mother ko kung saan kami nakatira dati kahit visit lang wala. Pwede pa rin ba akong mag file ng abandonment sa kanya halimbawa if least one year na syang hindi bumabalik doon. Kasi ang concerned ko sabi nyo nga residence lang namin yon at hindi conjugal.

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attyLLL wrote:it is just your residence, but it is not your property.

whatever rights you have on that purchase, that is conjugal

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4 Re: conjugal dwelling on Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:28 am

venapva


Arresto Menor
Dear Attorney,

Seaman po ang asawa ko.Six years na po kaming kasal. May lot po siyang nabili, yong downpayment nabigay niya nung hindi pa kami kasal pero na fully paid mag asawa na kami. Nung ipapatransfer na yung title ng lot, sabi ng nanay niya wag daw isali ang name ko kasi hindi pa daw namin conjugal property yun kasi binata pa siya nung ngdown siya.Hindi na rin po ako nag react kasi ayoko ng gulo. Nung napatransfer na po yung title sa kapatid niya na babae binigay for safekeeping. Diba po ako ang asawa? Regarding naman po sa allotments, kahati ko pa rin yung mother-inlaw ko po until now and aside from that nagsusuport din po ang asawa ko sa pamangkin niya without my knowledge po. Yung mga kapatid niya paghihiram or hihingi ng pera deretso po sa asawa, pinagbibigyan naman niya kaagad kahit hindi pa or hindi na niya pinaalam sa akin. Ano po ba rights ng asawa regarding po dito? Na iinsulto na po kasi yung pagkatao ko. Obligasyon pa po ba ng asawa ko na magsupport financially sa nanay at mga kapatid niya kahit may asawa at anak na siya? Meron po bang legal action na dapat kong gawing regarding this matter?

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5 Re: conjugal dwelling on Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:04 pm

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tip, what would the purpose of filing abandonment?

venapva, if you can prove that the payments came from your husband and the lot was transferred to your sis in law without payment, then it can be returned to the conjugal assets.

as for the allotment, this is more of a family rather than a legal matter. but if you wanted to compel your husband to stop giving support to his mother, then i have doubts that it will be granted by the court.


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6 Re: conjugal dwelling on Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:01 pm

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attyLLL, the title has been transferred to my husband's name only but it's under the safekeeping of my sister-in-law.

I have plans to compel regarding our allotments but not today yet because my husband reasoned-out that it's for his youngest brother's school fees. I am willing to wait until the graduation day of my brother-in-law. If after that day, my mother-in-law still treats me roughly then I will give her match by compelling my rights to the court.I mean she is being unfair to me, despite the fact that I agreed to support my brother-in-law (who had 2 kids already and a live-in partner) not only on his tuitions but also even his daughters needs like milk, diapers, vitamins and medicines, instead of thanking us, their mother is just rude to me and sometimes she don't mind the presence of my kids not unless if my husband is with us, she even spread rumors against me. I'm just holding on to my patience because my husband didn't know everything about how his mother treat us if he's out of the country and in fairness to my husband, he never left us and he stood for us.Ok naman kami mag asawa, eto lang mother-in-law ko nakasisira sa amin minsan nagiging cause ng away namin. I just want to know what case should i file regard this issue. Please help me on this.

Thank you so much for the advise, it helped me a lot.

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7 Re: conjugal dwelling on Sat Dec 15, 2012 1:41 pm

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i recommend you try to handle this with your husband. if you file a case, your relationship will be very strained.

but the possible case you can file will be to be declared the sole administrator of your properties.


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