sweetpotato wrote:Im separated for 2years frm my husbnd.
since then wl po xang sustento n bigay s nag iisang anak namin 7y.o.
Wl po aqng blita s whereabouts nya pati po mga hipag at inlaws ko d din po aq kinokontak
Mas madali po b ma grant ang annulment kung mag file aq with these reasons?
Nope. The grounds for annulment under the family code are exclusive. HInde po kasama dun yung de-facto separation or separation by agreement, likewise, failure to give support is not also a valid ground.
Ive read some info s net na 2to4yrs of absence ng asawa may consider a marriage null.tama po b un?
HInde po. Presumption of death lang po yun. It presumed na dead na ang husband mo, in absence of 2 yrs or 4 yrs. BUt it will not automatically annul your marriage.
OR in an absence of 4 yrs where you have a well founded belief that your missing husband was already dead. But there must be a judicial declaration of presumptive death for you to remarry or not to include the name of the father in the birth certificate.(mukhang dito ka mahuhulog, just wait for 4 yrs)
Gusto q npo kc gmitin uli ung maiden name q.and im planning to have a child again using my name.(kc im planning to get pregnant thru artificial insemenation using sperm cell donation from my friend)
You can use your maiden name, Provided you must disclose your status if asked.
ALSO, if artificial insemenation, the HUSBAND's signature is MANDATORY before the operation.
If manganak po aq can i leave the fathers name blank sa birth cert?
Nope because it is presumed under the eyes of law that the father is still the father of the newly born child.
Likewise, magiging complicated na ang documents mo like, married ka then yung newly born child eh walang name ng father na nakalagay sa birth certificate.
Kung mauna nmn po ung baby ko thru that process of getting pregnant bago ung annulment q mkakasuhan po b ako?
Nope walang kaso doon, ang problema lang is when the father will appear. He can easily impugne the status of the child from legitimate to illegitimate.