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1 Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 07, 2014 9:26 am

whatta


Arresto Menor
Good morning,

I just want to ask something.

According to  Family Code Title X, Art. 234, "Emancipation takes place by the attainment of majority. Unless otherwise provided, majority commences at the age of twenty-one years." Although I read in another Art. that daughters should stay at their parents' house until below 23 years old.

Anyway, my question is, according also to Art. 236 "Emancipation for any cause shall terminate parental authority over the person and property of the child who shall then be qualified and responsible for all acts of civil life. (412a) SO, if a person who is 21 years old and above is already emancipated from his/her parents (providing she is 23), how will the parental advice work (for acquiring marriage license) since the parents don't have any parental authority to the said child?

Thank you

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2 Re: Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 07, 2014 8:18 pm

concepab


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whatta wrote:Good morning,

I just want to ask something.

According to  Family Code Title X, Art. 234, "Emancipation takes place by the attainment of majority. Unless otherwise provided, majority commences at the age of twenty-one years." Although I read in another Art. that daughters should stay at their parents' house until below 23 years old.

Anyway, my question is, according also to Art. 236 "Emancipation for any cause shall terminate parental authority over the person and property of the child who shall then be qualified and responsible for all acts of civil life. (412a) SO, if a person who is 21 years old and above is already emancipated from his/her parents (providing she is 23), how will the parental advice work (for acquiring marriage license) since the parents don't have any parental authority to the said child?

Thank you

what is your point?

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3 Re: Emancipated Children on Wed Oct 08, 2014 12:24 am

AWV


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Gusto nyang mag asawa kaso ang parents ayaw pumayag! Rolling Eyes

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4 Re: Emancipated Children on Wed Oct 08, 2014 5:40 am

whatta


Arresto Menor
Alam naman po ng both parents namin na magpapakasal kami at may plans na kaso gusto nila after 10 or 20 years pa dahil nga pagnagpakasal daw po kami, di na raw po kami makakapagbigay ng pera. Parang unfar naman po ata yung sa aming dalawa.

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5 Re: Emancipated Children on Wed Oct 08, 2014 10:00 am

mimsy


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nakakalungkot talaga na parang retirement package ang tingin sa atin ng ating mga magulang, ipaliwanag nyo na lang ng mabuti na di kesyo mag aasawa na kyo e tatalikuran nyo na sila. tsaka sa totoo lang obligasyon natin tumulong sa pamilya pero di tamang iasa nila ang lahat2 sa atin...

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6 Re: Emancipated Children on Wed Oct 08, 2014 1:54 pm

AWV


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whatta wrote:Alam naman po ng both parents namin na magpapakasal kami at may plans na kaso gusto nila after 10 or 20 years pa dahil nga pagnagpakasal daw po kami, di na raw po kami makakapagbigay ng pera. Parang unfar naman po ata yung sa aming dalawa.

10 to 20 years? Ano kayo? Palabigasan?
Ginawa ko na yan! maniwala ka sa hindi sila pa ang galit kapag di mo nabigyan ng pera!
Bakit nga ba ganyan ang mga magulang sa Pilipinas? Akala nila puhunan ang mga anak! Masyadong mga pasanin! Mabuti pa ang parents ng asawa ko very independent never na umasa dahil ganyan yata talaga ang may mga pinag aralan. Yung mga walang pinag aralan akala obligasyon ng mga anak nila na tustusan sila habang buhay! Hay naku ang buhay sa Pinas. Kaya kami nag decide tumira sa abroad dahil na rin sa mga magulang kong walang kasiyahan binigay na ang lahat di pa rin kuntento! Nakuha pang mag sugal araw araw! Ang masama pa nyan kapag nakaka angat ka obligahin ka pa rin sa mga siblings mo! Tapos kapag tumanggi ang asawa mo paghihiwalayin pa kayo!

Aba malaki ka na kaya dapat marunong ka ng mag decide para sa sarili mo kung allowed kayong magpakasal with or without their consent at the age of 23 years old eh di magpakasal kayo ng kayo lang dalawa! Wag kayong masyadong ma sentimental na kailangan ng basbas ng parents nyo dahil maniwala kayo sa hindi, may basbas man o wala kaakibat nyo na ang MALAS kapag nagpauto pa kayo sa mga magulang at kapatid nyo na obligahin ang mga sarili nyong ipamigay ang pera nyo sa kanila!
Yes! technically nanghihingi lang sila hindi sila nanghihiram o magbabayad! Hindi nyo na obligasyon na palamunin pa sila! Dahil kung marunong kang magsikap dapat marunong din silang magsikap para sa sarili nila hindi puro asa sa iba!
Yan ang natutunan ko dito sa abroad ang mga magulang pinapagtrabaho na ang mga anak sa edad na 17 habang patuloy na nagaaral para matuto silang tumayo sa sarili nilang mga paa at hindi na umasa pa sa magulang nila and vice versa ang mga magulang hindi sila umaasa sa mga anak nila!
Rolling Eyes

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7 Re: Emancipated Children on Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:26 am

mimsy


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tama si AWV, nakakalungkot na nakakainis na ganun ang kultura nating mga Pilipino, yung mga mas mulat na susunod na henerasyon, sana mawala na to sa atin...sana maimprove na ang utak ng mga susunod na henerasyon...dapat marealize natin na di natin dapat iasa ang ating pagtanda sa ating mga anak...

i am one of the examples of a sandwiched generation, ang masama, pag nasanay na sila at binago mo ang nakasanayan nila, ikaw na ang pinakamasamang tao sa buong mundo, i commend my financial advisers for giving me the courage to slowly change my outlook and my predicament...

go ahead with your plans if you believe that this is the right one for you, not only because you are trying to escape a situation...ipaliwanag mo sa magulang mo ang iyong desisyon at subukan mong ipaunawa sa kanila ang nararamdaman mo, pero sa ganang akin, medyo maaga pa ata para sa age mo ang mag asawa? why not enjoy each other's company, go out, travel together, know each other better bago kayo magpakasal, kasi pag nandun ka na sa loob ng isang marriage di naman ganun kadali talikuran pag di kayo magkasundo, kaya mas maganda kung pag iisipan mo din muna ng mabuti:-)

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8 Re: Emancipated Children on Sun Oct 12, 2014 6:36 am

whatta


Arresto Menor
Actually, 3 years na po kami sa relationship Smile and actually, when we do things together, palaging sinasabi ng magulang namin na wag kasi di pa naman daw po kami magasawa.

And yes, getting married is not our way out, talagang we decided that we want to get married na po kasi we know that we're ready na po. Nagiging issue lang po ang parents since nga ayaw nila kaming pakawalan dahil sa pera.

Pero po kasi, emancipated na po kami, so according to law, wala na yung parental authority yung parents namin sa properties namin and sa amin. So, paano po yung parental advice, not consent, for us since we are already in the bracket of 21-25. Smile

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9 Re: Emancipated Children on Mon Oct 20, 2014 5:13 pm

HR Adviser


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Just wait that you are both 25 so you will no longer be needing parental consent

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10 Re: Emancipated Children on Mon Oct 20, 2014 5:54 pm

whatta


Arresto Menor
HR Adviser wrote:Just wait that you are both 25 so you will no longer be needing parental consent

That's the thing, we don't need a consent. Parental consent and parental advise are two different things.

Parental consent are for people between 18-21 yrs old. Parental advise are for those above 21 but below 25. A person can get married without parental consent but it is voidable unless the minor reached the age of 21 and star living with the partner. For parental advise, a person may not get one or if the advise is unfavorable, the marriage license's release will be delayed for 3 months.

But the question is, parental consent and advise are asked from parents or guardians who have parental authority over you, however, once a child got emancipated, the parents don't have any parental authority over that said child. So, it is confusing. How will I get parental advise if my parents do not have parental authority over me anymore since I am already emancipated?

Don't get me wrong, I will still let my parents know. It is just that, I want to clarify this thing.

Hoping for a clear answer to my question.

Thank you

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11 Re: Emancipated Children on Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:29 pm

concepab


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Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

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12 Re: Emancipated Children on Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:45 pm

whatta


Arresto Menor
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

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13 Re: Emancipated Children on Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:54 pm

concepab


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whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

Yes. So ano pa ang problema? don't tell me you are under 21.

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14 Re: Emancipated Children on Mon Oct 20, 2014 10:29 pm

whatta


Arresto Menor
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

Yes. So ano pa ang problema? don't tell me you are under 21.

Malamang ang parental advise are for parents that have authority over their children. Eh emancipated na nga, meaning, by law, wala na yung parental authority nya. So, papaano yun?

No, I am 23 now. My partner is 22.

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15 Re: Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 21, 2014 3:42 am

concepab


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whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

Yes. So ano pa ang problema? don't tell me you are under 21.

Malamang ang parental advise are for parents that have authority over their children. Eh emancipated na nga, meaning, by law, wala na yung parental authority nya. So, papaano yun?

No, I am 23 now. My partner is 22.

Hija, ready carefully and try to understand. parental consent is for 21 below but above 18, meaning pahintulot ng magulang ay mandatory, that is quite clear. parental advice is for those who are 21 -25. If the parties do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. that statement is also clear, right? so ano ang problema dun? if you are 21 and above, you will get your license eventually, you just to wait for 3 months. so ano pa ang problema dun?

Once a person reached that stage of their lives, they may have their own civil representation and may got free from "parental authority" but parents is always a parents. maaring may problema ka with your parents ngayon, pero blieve it or not, they're the frist person you will look for kapag nagka-problema ka sa marriage life.

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16 Re: Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 21, 2014 6:06 am

whatta


Arresto Menor
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

Yes. So ano pa ang problema? don't tell me you are under 21.

Malamang ang parental advise are for parents that have authority over their children. Eh emancipated na nga, meaning, by law, wala na yung parental authority nya. So, papaano yun?

No, I am 23 now. My partner is 22.

Hija, ready carefully and try to understand. parental consent is for 21 below but above 18, meaning pahintulot ng magulang ay mandatory, that is quite clear. parental advice is for those who are 21 -25. If the parties do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. that statement is also clear, right? so ano ang problema dun? if you are 21 and above, you will get your license eventually, you just to wait for 3 months. so ano pa ang problema dun?

Once a person reached that stage of their lives, they may have their own civil representation and may got free from "parental authority" but parents is always a parents. maaring may problema ka with your parents ngayon, pero blieve it or not, they're the frist person you will look for kapag nagka-problema ka sa marriage life.

Klaro naman ho ata na parents will always be parents diba? Why would I even ask about parental authority if I am not even aware that my parents will still have "a say" in my life.

And no, they are not normal parents. I've tried asking for their help and they just turned me down. Now, we are not talking for months and every time I call them, they just shut the phone. So, no, I don't believe you because you don't know who my parents are and what the hell I've been through.

I'm just asking this question so I know what legal steps I can take just in case my parents go wild.

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17 Re: Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 21, 2014 2:19 pm

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whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

Yes. So ano pa ang problema? don't tell me you are under 21.

Malamang ang parental advise are for parents that have authority over their children. Eh emancipated na nga, meaning, by law, wala na yung parental authority nya. So, papaano yun?

No, I am 23 now. My partner is 22.

Hija, ready carefully and try to understand. parental consent is for 21 below but above 18, meaning pahintulot ng magulang ay mandatory, that is quite clear. parental advice is for those who are 21 -25. If the parties do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. that statement is also clear, right? so ano ang problema dun? if you are 21 and above, you will get your license eventually, you just to wait for 3 months. so ano pa ang problema dun?

Once a person reached that stage of their lives, they may have their own civil representation and may got free from "parental authority" but parents is always a parents. maaring may problema ka with your parents ngayon, pero blieve it or not, they're the frist person you will look for kapag nagka-problema ka sa marriage life.

Klaro naman ho ata na parents will always be parents diba? Why would I even ask about parental authority if I am not even aware that my parents will still have "a say" in my life.

And no, they are not normal parents. I've tried asking for their help and they just turned me down. Now, we are not talking for months and every time I call them, they just shut the phone. So, no, I don't believe you because you don't know who my parents are and what the hell I've been through.

I'm just asking this question so I know what legal steps I can take just in case my parents go wild.

then stop asking questions if you don't want to believe.

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18 Re: Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 21, 2014 2:25 pm

AWV


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whatta wrote:
Klaro naman ho ata na parents will always be parents diba? Why would I even ask about parental authority if I am not even aware that my parents will still have "a say" in my life.

And no, they are not normal parents. I've tried asking for their help and they just turned me down. Now, we are not talking for months and every time I call them, they just shut the phone. So, no, I don't believe you because you don't know who my parents are and what the hell I've been through.

I'm just asking this question so I know what legal steps I can take just in case my parents go wild.

Your parents has no longer rights and saying to you at your present age! You can pretty much decide for yourself! They should not interfere anymore! If you don't allow them to rule your life, they should not do so! Do what you think is the right thing to do! follow your heart! Enough of these parents controlling their children, they don't own you! They should not even depend on you! Soon you will have your own family and will be in-charge to take care of your own children. Parents and siblings will no longer your family, they are what we called relatives if you already have your own family.

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19 Re: Emancipated Children on Tue Oct 21, 2014 8:22 pm

whatta


Arresto Menor
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:
whatta wrote:
concepab wrote:Hihingan kayo ng parental consent pero hindi iyon magiging hdalang para hindi kayo mabigyan ng license. without parental consent marriage licence will not be issued until after 3 months after the publication of the application. Ask your local CR for the procedures.

Just to be clear.

Family Code Title 1, Art. 15. Any contracting party between the age of twenty-one and twenty-five shall be obliged to ask their parents or guardian for advice upon the intended marriage. If they do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. A sworn statement by the contracting parties to the effect that such advice has been sought, together with the written advice given, if any, shall be attached to the application for marriage license. Should the parents or guardian refuse to give any advice, this fact shall be stated in the sworn statement. (62a)

From Quezon City Website : Marriageable Age: 18 years old (male or female)
Persons below 21 years old need parental consent.
Persons 21 years and below 25 years old need advice from parents.
(http://www.quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&id=261%3Acivilregguide&Itemid=305)

Again, parental consent is different from advise.

Yes. So ano pa ang problema? don't tell me you are under 21.

Malamang ang parental advise are for parents that have authority over their children. Eh emancipated na nga, meaning, by law, wala na yung parental authority nya. So, papaano yun?

No, I am 23 now. My partner is 22.

Hija, ready carefully and try to understand. parental consent is for 21 below but above 18, meaning pahintulot ng magulang ay mandatory, that is quite clear. parental advice is for those who are 21 -25. If the parties do not obtain such advice, or if it be unfavorable, the marriage license shall not be issued till after three months following the completion of the publication of the application therefor. that statement is also clear, right? so ano ang problema dun? if you are 21 and above, you will get your license eventually, you just to wait for 3 months. so ano pa ang problema dun?

Once a person reached that stage of their lives, they may have their own civil representation and may got free from "parental authority" but parents is always a parents. maaring may problema ka with your parents ngayon, pero blieve it or not, they're the frist person you will look for kapag nagka-problema ka sa marriage life.

Klaro naman ho ata na parents will always be parents diba? Why would I even ask about parental authority if I am not even aware that my parents will still have "a say" in my life.

And no, they are not normal parents. I've tried asking for their help and they just turned me down. Now, we are not talking for months and every time I call them, they just shut the phone. So, no, I don't believe you because you don't know who my parents are and what the hell I've been through.

I'm just asking this question so I know what legal steps I can take just in case my parents go wild.

then stop asking questions if you don't want to believe.

Eh hindi naman kasi yun yung tanong ko diba? Claro naman ng tanong ko. It is about any legal actions that I can take. I know my rights and I want to use it properly and correctly. Di ko ho sinabi na mangialam kayo sa problema pamilya. Not because I am their child, wala na akong right, kaya maraming naaabuso na bata eh. Kaya I'm asking kasi gusto ko maayos ang lahat, and just in case na manakit ulit sila, I know what to do. Pero di ko ho sinabi na pagsabihan ako about my parents, labas na po kayo dun. Legal question po yung tanong ko, di kung anong gagawin sa relationship ko sa magulang.

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20 Re: Emancipated Children on Fri Oct 24, 2014 6:11 pm

AWV


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Stop arguing! You are matured enough to decide for yourself! It is your right to do what you like! parents are just there to guide their children BUT at your age THEY HAVE NO RIGHTS TO INTERFERE WITH YOU, NO RIGHTS TO RULE YOU, ESPECIALLY TO HARM YOU! YOU HAVE EVERY RIGHTS TO SUE THEM IF THEY TRIED TO! I can understand where you're coming from, I am also a victim of abusive parents, but it only happens because I allowed them to!
In your case, you have rights to refuse and tell them off! THEY DON'T OWN YOU!!! PERIOD!!!

PARENTS HAS RESPONSIBILITY TO BRING UP AND TAKE CARE OF THEIR CHILDREN BUT CHILDREN SHOULD NOT BE OBLIGUED TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR PARENTS!!! END THE STORY!!!

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