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Pls help!?! 2 late registered birth cert

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1 Pls help!?! 2 late registered birth cert on Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:07 pm

Cloud21 21


Arresto Menor
Hello po s lhat,hihinge po ng advice.Ang anak q po ay mag 13 yrs old na,unang rehistro po nya ay under s family name ng tatay nya.Ibang lahi po xa.naglagay po aq ng date of marriage kahit nde po kmi tutuong kasal.bgo p aq manganak nwalan kmi ng communication.Pinaregistered uli ng tatay q ang anak q using my maiden name at ng kukuha po kami ng nso ung unang bc ang bnbgay.ang problema po eversince ang ginmit ng anak q eh ung 2nd bc nya n aplido q pate s binyag at kumpil. Ngaun po anu po dpt gwen pra makorek or mavoid ung unang bc nya?kase nde nmn xa acknowledge ng tatay at wlang pirma at lalong nde nmn kami kasal,pls po need q po ng help at estimate po ng magastos at ganu katagal ang proceso? Slamat po in advance

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Cloud21 21


Arresto Menor
Newbie nga po pala aq pasenxa n at wla aq idea pano ang tamang pagpost dto slamat po uli s ssgot at Atty katrina sna matulungan po ninyo kami

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raheemerick


Reclusion Perpetua
Illegitimate children shall use the surname and shall be under the parental authority of their mother, and shall be entitled to support in conformity with this Code. However, illegitimate children may use the surname of their father if their filiation has been expressly recognized by the father through the record of birth appearing in the civil register, or when an admission in a public document or private handwritten instrument is made by the father. … “


ANG CORRECTION OF ENTRY SA BIRTH CERTIFICATE O PAGTATAMA NG MALING INFORMATION NA NAKALAGAY SA BIRTH CERTIFICATE AY MAY DALAWANG PROSESO DEPENDE SA MGA MALING ITEMS NA ITATAMA, ITO AY ANG ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY PROCESS NA GINAGAWA SA LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR LAMANG AT JUDICIAL PROCESS NA GINAGAWA SA KORTE.

ANG MGA TYPHOGRAPHICAL ERROR O MALI SA FIRST NAME O SURNAME (EXAMPLE: "MARLUN" TO "MARLON"), CLEAR ERROR SA GENDER O KASARIAN (MALE NAGING FEMALE/FEMALE NAGING MALE) AT ERROR SA BIRTHDAY (DAY AND MONTH ONLY) AY DADAAN SA ADMINISTRATIVE SUMMARY CORRECTION SA LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR AT HINDI NA DADAAN NG KORTE UNDER THE NEW LAW OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9084 AT NO. 10172.

ANG MGA SUBSTANTIAL ERROR SA FIRST NAME O SURNAME (EXAMPLE: "JOSE" TO "GEORGE"), NATIONALITY, NAME OF FATHER OR MOTHER, DATE/PLACE OF MARRIAGE, YEAR OF BIRTH AT IBA PA AY KAILANGAN DUMAAN SA PETITION FOR CORRECTION SA KORTE UNDER RULE 108 NG RULES OF COURT.

Akala ng iba na ang Republic Act No. 9084 at 10172 ay pinapayagan na ang pagcorrect ng lahat ng error sa birth certificate na hindi na dadaan sa korte. Meron pa ring mga error sa birth certificate na kailangan ipa-correct sa korte. Ano-ano ba ang mga error sa birth certificate na kailangan na dumaan sa korte? Meron tayo bagong batas na Republic Act No. 9084 at 10172 tungkol dito ngunit hindi lahat ng mali o error sa entry sa birth certificate ay pwede nang ipa-correct sa Local Civil Registrar. Kailangan muna alamin kung anong klaseng mali o error ang nasa birth certificate upang malamang kung ano ang tamang proseso para sa pag-correct nito dahil meron tayo dalawang proseso (1) Administrative Summary Correction sa Local Civil Registrar; at (2) Judicial Correction of Entry sa Regional Trial Court.

As a general rule, lahat ng mali o error na entry sa birth certificate ay dapat i-correct sa pamamagitan ng petition for correction entry sa Regional Trial Court na sumasakop sa Local Civil Registry kung saan nakarehistro ang birth certificate ayon sa Article 412 ng Civil Code na nagsasabi "No entry in a civil register shall be charged or corrected, without a judicial order." Ang procedure para sa pagko-correct ng mali o error na entry sa birth certificate ay nasa Rule 108 ng Rules of Court.

By way of an exception, ang typhographical error o clerical error sa name or surname na nakalagay sa birth certificate ay pwede nang i-correct ng summary procedure sa Local Civil Registry at hindi na kailangan mag-file pa ng petition sa korte under R.A. 9048.

Ganun din, under Republic Act No. 10172, ang error o mali sa gender o kasarian (Example: Ang "Male" ay naging "Female" sa birth certificate at ang "Female" ay naging "Male") at ang error sa birthday (covered lang nito ang Day at Month na error) sa birth certificate ay pwede nang ayusin at i-correct sa Local Civil Registrar na hindi dadaan ng korte ayon sa Section 5 ng Republic Act 10172. Sa proseso ng Administrative Summary Correction sa Local Civil Registrar, ang pagcorrect ay madali dahil ito ay magfile lamang ng petition, magsubmit lamang ng documents na required at ipa-publish ito ay pwede nang mag-issue ng correction ang local civil registrar.

Kung ang ang error ay hindi typhographical error o clerical error sa name or surname, o clear error sa gender/kasarian o birthday or birth month, at ang error ay substantial katulad ng error sa name o surname, name of father and mother, year of birth, place of birth, date and place of marriage, nationality of the child or father or mother at iba pa, ang mga ito ay hindi pwedeng ipa-correct sa local civil registrar at kailangan na dumaan sa proseso ng correction of entry sa korte. Sa prosesong ito, kailangan ng applicant/petitioner na magfile ng petition sa korte, ipa-publish ang petition sa newspaper at patunayan ng evidence sa korte na mali ang entry at kailangan itama at saka lamang magdesisyon ang korte na i-correct ang entry. Ang procedure para sa pagko-correct ng mali o error na entry sa birth certificate ay nasa Rule 108 ng Rules of Court kung saan kailangan magpresenta ng evidence upang patunayan ang petition.

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Filia


Reclusion Perpetua
Pwede naman file ka ng petition for annulment and cancellation of birth certificate sa rtc.

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mrs_scofield


Arresto Mayor
The last name of your child can still be changed however your act makes you liable for a criminal case, i.e., falsification of public document.

In case the falsification is discovered, you will need to explain why you did it and whether or not you did it intentionally.

Whatever your real intentions were, you can still file a petition in court in order to change your child’s last name. But be informed that Courts are very strict when it comes to change of surnames, and petition is granted only on certain grounds, such as:

a. when the name is ridiculous, dishonorable or extremely difficult to write or pronounce;
b. when the change results as a legal consequence such as legitimation;
c. when the change will avoid confusion;
d. when one has continuously used and been known since childhood by a Filipino name, and was unaware of alien parentage;
e. a sincere desire to adopt a Filipino name to erase signs of former alienage, all in good faith and without prejudicing anybody; and
f. when the surname causes embarrassment and there is no showing that the desired change of name was for a fraudulent purpose or that the change of name would prejudice public interest.

In your situation, you can say that the father never acknowledged paternity over your child, he has abandoned him, and has never given him support, and that is why you are seeking the change of your child’s surname to your own last name. Besides, because your child is illegitimate and has no permission to use the father’s last name, he should really be carrying your surname anyway. You just have to prove to the judge that the change in your child’s last name is for his own best interest and benefit.

Be forewarned however that should you file the petition, the falsification will be discovered and you might be charged with the criminal offense, which carries with it an imposable penalty of prision correccional in its medium and maximum periods and a fine of not more than P5,000.00.

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