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1 annulment.... annulment... on Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:45 am

bridaveronika


Arresto Menor
i've been a battered wife for 10 years. got married when i was 23 and he was 19. I left him 5 years ago. he now has a partner and they have a kid. he has my kid also. i have communication with my kid and his partner. they also want to file annulment. i want to ask if we both agree on this annulment what is the cheapest way and fastest way. also what can i file to get my son from him. thanks

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2 Re: annulment.... annulment... on Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:47 am

attyLLL


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before cost and speed, the first question is whether there is a ground to annul your marriage.

click here for the grounds


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3 Re: annulment.... annulment... on Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:37 am

bridaveronika


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if there are no grounds.. what are other options there to do? if we want to do this legally?

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4 Re: annulment.... annulment... on Wed Apr 17, 2013 2:52 pm

alpha6


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hi,

me and my x gf living for almost 2 years before, we agreed to signed a m-contract without an actual ceremony in a civil's office, as we check in the nso there is a record it seems that it was valid, now we are separated, and i have a new fiance now, my x gf was in abroad, how can we void the marriage? is there any way to make it anyway because me and my fiance is now planning to get married. i hope you can help me. thank you

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5 Re: annulment.... annulment... on Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:46 am

attyLLL


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brida, if there are no clear grounds, art 36 is usually the fallback

alpha, if it can be proven that there was no actual marriage ceremony, then the marriage can be declared void. was there a marriage license indicated on the marriage contract?


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6 Re: annulment.... annulment... on Fri Apr 19, 2013 4:35 pm

rhowenjoy


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hello po can I ask a sample of legal agreement of property for married couple but going to separate because of infidelity of spouse... salamat

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