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1 article 34 on Tue Sep 14, 2010 7:53 pm

sexy_eye


Arresto Menor
gudday..my nkapag sabi po sken n di ko na daw kailanagan mag pa annul. article 34 ginamit namin. nagsinungaling po kami n nagsama na kami ng 5 yrs pero ang toto po wala pang 1 yr kami mag bf at di kami totong nagsama. hiwalay n po kami ngayon 2 yrs n. at 2 yrs lang kami ngkasama bgo nghiwalay.gus2 q po sana ipawalang bisa ang kasal nmin.
totoo po b na hindi n nmin kaialngan ng annulment kundi void lang daw po?

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2 Re: article 34 on Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:06 pm

attyLLL


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was your marriage recorded in the local civil registrar and in the nso?

if you are planning to remarry, it is necessary for a judicial declaration that your marriage was void. the presumption is that your marriage is valid until declared void. you can be made liable for bigamy if you marry again.


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3 Re: article 34 on Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:09 pm

sexy_eye


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wala pa po aq balak pakasal. gus2 q lang po maging single ulit at mapawalan bisa ang kasal q. ano po ba mga procedur para mapa void q? my record po kami sa nso.

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4 Re: article 34 on Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:37 pm

attyLLL


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your remedy is to file a petition in court for annulment based on the absence of a valid marriage license. you will have to provide evidence that you did not live together for 5 years. most annulment cases based on this ground have a good chance. good luck.


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5 Re: article 34 on Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:39 pm

sexy_eye


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thank you so much sir...Godbless

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