The case has Judgment based on a Compromise Agreement, Atty. Shad.
So, if it has reached another five year cut-off sort of state, does it mean that the Judgment will be changed (so long as the injured party have additional demands)?
My case is like this:
My father and his first wife didn't have children. My mom who was his second wife had two children: me and my younger sister.
There was Judgment based on a Compromise Agreement prior of which had a Decision from the Supreme Court already stating that my father's heirs (my mom, my sister and me) will receive 3/4 of every property and 1/4 for the siblings of my father's first wife.
All properties are under the name of my father and his first wife (both deceased). My mom passed away recently too.
My question is:
Should both sides' heirs (my father's first wife and us, the heirs of my father) agree on an Extrajudicial Partition before my sister and I can partition the property as our father's heirs?