1. ex husband doesn't have nso birth certificate.
Maybe it just not registered in time or its not his real name.
from what I know ibang birth certificate ang gamit nung lalake
If proven definitely ground for annulment for falsification of public documents marriage is null and void from the start!
3. Parents/ or one of his parents did not sign the parental advise.
How old are they?
they were 22 and 23 years old back then
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4. ex-husband big time drug addict
Ex-husband means your marriage is already annuled right? If not he is still the husband
I see, but can we use this as one of the grounds for the annulment case?
and lastly what if during the trial, the ex-husband lost his interest on attending the case?
what would happen?
Depends on the case! but if he lost interest on attending the better for you, it will be in your favour!
if he lost interest on attending the better for you, it will be in your favour!
*What do you mean sir? what will happen with the case?
We're going to spend big amount of money and most of all the TIME, all we wanted to know is if he losses interest or shall we say sa una lang sya magaling at maga-attend, what will happen? matitigil ba ang trial?mawawalan ho po ng saysay yung TIME at Effort pag-attend ng ANNULMENT CASE?
NO! the case will continue and if he continuesly ignore it, he will be in trouble and the annulment is likely to be granted on your favour!
also may i ask, if both parties doesn't have any communication at all for 5 or more years, what will happen with the marriage? can we file a case to void the marriage? -
Depends if you have enough evidence that the marriage is null and void!
We are hearing from others that is it true that its easier to file an annulment case if both parties are not living, doesn't see or doesn't have communication at all for 5 or more years? IS this true?
Up to 7 years is presumption dead!