1 Bigamy Case on Wed Jun 12, 2013 8:20 am
2 Re: Bigamy Case on Wed Jun 12, 2013 12:31 pm
Btw you did not mention kung ano nationality ng asawa mo.mkung pinoy pa rin siya he she is still married to you sa pinas. No need to bother tungkol sa kasal sa canada. Ang impt e pinoy pa rin si partner" better get a lawyer kasi medyomtechnical ito if you want to protect your rights as the wife.
3 Re: Bigamy Case on Wed Jun 12, 2013 5:31 pm
In this case he has no right to divorce you under Canadian law as he is not a Canadian Citizen, in otherwords, all of what he and his mitress said are rubbish! they are just bollocking you! assuming you are that ignorant!
Dare the mistress about the marriage certificate she offers you to see so you can see if it is true. If she is Canadian Citizen that is another matter and the technicality here is, he is not married twice in the Philippines.
On the other hand, if the woman is still a Filipino Citizen they are probably marriage through the Philippine Embassy, in that case, he has clearly committed 'BIGAMY' because they are still both under Philippine jurisdiction. And this will eventually forwarded to NSO and will show if they are married under Philippine jurisdiction.
Divorce is not that fast and easy to be recognise in the Philippines they have to file a petition for their divorce to be recognise and this takes years as well.
In other words, that mistress is just trying to fool you by playing tough and trying hard to frighten you! hoping that you will just give up on your husband
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:My husband went to Canada to work under work permit after nine months he asked someone to serve me a divorce paper. I didnt take any action regarding the said paper and after 3 mos. my husband sent me a copy of the final judgment of the said divorce. He was vehemently denying having a mistress in Canada. He is now here in Phils.for vacation only to find out he is with his mistress and they are now residing at the mistress's house. I confronted the woman thru txt and she claimed that she is the legal wife since divorce according to her is recognized here in the Phils. She even challenge me "sampalan tayo ng papel" to prove that she is the legal wife.Can I charge my husband with bigamy if they are indeed married in Canada? How can I secure a copy of their marriage cert in Canada as my proof of their marriage?
5 Re: Bigamy Case on Thu Jun 13, 2013 8:17 am
There are restrictions on who may apply for a marriage certificate. The parties to the marriage, children of the marriage, parents of the parties to the marriage and legally authorized representatives acting on behalf of these individuals are entitled to apply. Authorized representatives are required to provide proof of authorization.
The parties to the marriage, and a legally authorized representative acting on behalf of either party to the marriage are entitled to apply. Authorized representatives are required to provide proof of authorization.
Check this Canadian website:
8 Re: Bigamy Case on Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:58 am
10 Re: Bigamy Case on Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:25 pm
Kahit po ba wala pang warrant of arrest reflected na sa NBI? worried po kasi ako baka reflected na ito.
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