1 Annulment case on Thu Jun 25, 2015 11:02 am
2 Re: Annulment case on Thu Jun 25, 2015 11:18 am
about custody ng anak mo.. infact nasa age na sya as 11. and sya na may karapatan pumili ng kung sino sa nanay or tatay sya mananatili.
but having an afair with your bf is baka maging dahilan para hndi sayo mapunta ang custodiya ng daughter mo.
anyway eto references.. goodluck and more babies to come:)
In essence, “annulment” applies to a marriage that is considered valid, but there are grounds to nullify it. A “declaration of nullity” of marriage, on the other hand, applies to marriages that are void or invalid from the very beginning. In other words, it was never valid in the first place.
What are the grounds for annulment?
1. Lack of parental consent in certain cases. If a party is 18 years or over, but below 21, and the marriage was solemnized without the consent of the parents/guardian. However, the marriage is validated if, upon reaching 21, the spouses freely cohabited with the other and both lived together as husband and wife.
2. Insanity. A marriage may be annulled if, at the time of marriage, either party was of unsound mind, unless such party after coming to reason, freely cohabited with the other as husband and wife.
3. Fraud. The consent of either party was obtained by fraud, unless such party afterwards, with full knowledge of the facts constituting the fraud, freely cohabited with the other as husband and wife. Fraud includes: (i) non-disclosure of a previous conviction by final judgment of the other party of a crime involving moral turpitude; (ii) concealment by the wife of the fact that at the time of the marriage, she was pregnant by a man other than her husband; (iii) concealment of sexually transmissible disease or STD, regardless of its nature, existing at the time of the marriage; or (iv) concealment of drug addiction, habitual alcoholism or homosexuality or lesbianism existing at the time of the marriage. However, no other misrepresentation or deceit as to character, health, rank, fortune or chastity shall constitute such fraud as will give grounds for action for the annulment of marriage.
4. Force, intimidation or undue influence. If the consent of either party was obtained by any of these means, except in cases wherein the force, intimidation or undue influence having disappeared or ceased, the complaining party thereafter freely cohabited with the other as husband and wife.
5. Impotence. At the time of marriage, either party was physically incapable of consummating the marriage with the other, and such incapacity continues and appears to be incurable. Impotence is different from being infertile.
6. STD. If, at the time of marriage, either party was afflicted with a sexually-transmissible disease found to be serious and appears to be incurable. If the STD is not serious or is curable, it may still constitute fraud (see No. 3 above).
3 Annulment case on Thu Jun 25, 2015 1:33 pm
Thanks po sa advise
4 Re: Annulment case on Thu Jun 25, 2015 1:51 pm
ang akin lng eh maaring maging grounds yan or dahilan para ipag kait sa custody mo ang daugther mo. lalo na at hndi maaring maging expose sa kanya ang afair mo sa iba. madaming considerations..
but according sa sinabi mo about sa invi ng husband mo?
u have a good faith naman and intenxion. anyway. try to seek help sa dswd for this.
and reg sa original topic mo.
gaya ng sinabi mo s akung anong uri ng pamumuhay ang meron sa asawa mo?
well.. wish you goodluck. i believe kung kaya mo patunayan sa court ang character ng asawa mo?
i beleieve pwde kung sa pwde.. try mo din study ang "declaration of nulity of marriage"
this is dif from the annulment.
i sugest review mo marital history mo bka may grounds ka na magamit.
heres the grounds atehh..
What are the grounds for declaration of nullity of marriage?
1. Minority (those contracted by any party below 18 years of age even with the consent of parents or guardians).
2. Lack of authority of solemnizing officer (those solemnized by any person not legally authorized to perform marriages, unless such marriages were contracted with either or both parties believing in good faith that the solemnizing officer had the legal authority to do so).
3. Absence of marriage license (except in certain cases).
4. Bigamous or polygamous marriages (except in cases where the other spouse is declared as presumptively dead).
5. Mistake in identity (those contracted through mistake of one contracting party as to the identity of the other).
6. After securing a judgement of annulment or of asolute nullity of mariage, the parties, before entering into the subsequent marriage, failed to record with the appropriate registry the: (i) partition and distribute the properties of the first marriage; and (ii) delivery of the children’s presumptive legitime.
7. Incestous marriages (between ascendants and descendants of any degree, between brothers and sisters, whether of the full or half blood).
8. Void by reason of public policy. Marriages between (i) collateral blood relatives whether legitimate or illegitimate, up to the fourth civil degree; (ii) step-parents and step-children; (iii) parents-in-law and children-in-law; (iv) adopting parent and the adopted child; (v) surviving spouse of the adopting parent and the adopted child; (vi) surviving spouse of the adopted child and the adopter; (vii) an adopted child and a legitimate child of the adopter; (viii) adopted children of the same adopter; and (ix) parties where one, with the intention to marry the other, killed that other person’s spouse, or his or her own spouse.
9. Psychological Incapacity. Psychological incapacity, which a ground for annulment of marriage, contemplates downright incapacity or inability to take cognizance of and to assume the basic marital obligations; not a mere refusal, neglect or difficulty, much less, ill will, on the part of the errant spouse. Irreconcilable differences, conflicting personalities, emotional immaturity and irresponsibility, physical abuse, habitual alcoholism, sexual infidelity or perversion, and abandonment, by themselves, also do not warrant a finding of psychological incapacity.
6 Re: Annulment case on Thu Jun 25, 2015 2:34 pm
ganto po yan..
ang annulment ay proseso sa korte na ipa walang bisa ang isang legal na kasal..
genuine/orig/legal/valid/ at kasal na ayun sa tamang proseso at ayun sa regularidad. kya hndi po ganun kadali ma grant ang annulment. kung minsan natatapos ang hearing pero failed pa din at hndi pa din na annul. kasi nga po hndi ganun kadali mapawalang bisa ang ano mang sagradong kasal sa kabila ng nag sumpaan sila na mag sasama sa hirap at ginhawa at hangang ma legwa ang isat isa:)
while ang sinsabing declaration of nility of marriage ay..
yung pag kakaroon ng kasal, bagamat may ceremony na naganap at na i forward sa civil registrar hangang sa makarating sa nso at mag karon ng kopya ng mc nito.
pero, subalit, datapwat, kung bubusisiin at pag aralang mabuti ang nasabing mc?
may roon palang iregularidad na naganap gya ng mga nasabing grounds sa itaas.
ito pong mga gantong uri ng kasal ay tinatawag na "void ab initio" or kasal na walang bisa sa una pa lng.
at tanging ang koret lamang din ang may kapangyarihan na ito ay ipa decalare na walng bisa.
kung kayat sa annulment na na grant? hndi maipag kakaila na ikaw at ang asawa mo ay tunay na naging mag asawa sa batas.
pero sa decalaration ng nulity of marriage?
baligtarin mo man ang tumbong ng kapit bahay mo!
hndi natin masabing kayu ay naging legal na mag aswa dahil "void from theye very begining nga po ito"
so i sugest review nyo mabuti marital history kung aling option po at anong grounds ang gagamitin:)
10 Re: Annulment case on Tue Jun 30, 2015 8:04 pm
asipar wrote:hi. kung appy ka ba ng void/nullity ng kasal ano ang magiging status ng anak. kanino apelyido ang gagamtin?
Depende sa reason. kung ang reason ay due to "bigamous marriage", illegitimate ang anak after ma declare and kasal as void.
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