Free Legal Advice Philippines

Disclaimer: This web site is designed for general information only and does not create attorney-client relationship. Persons accessing this site are encouraged to seek independent counsel for legal advice regarding their individual legal issues.

Log in

I forgot my password




You are not connected. Please login or register

for legal advise

View previous topic View next topic Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

1 for legal advise on Sat Jun 04, 2016 6:25 pm

arthur16


Arresto Menor
my anak po ako at magseseven years old na dis coming sept.
since birth po ay nasa akin na ang anak ko at dati po e hinihiram lang nang nanay nya hanggang sa hnd na ulit nya ito nakita hanggang sa ngaun, at dumating sa punto na gusto na nya po kunin ang bata smen ngaun. my laban po ba ako sa korte? my asawat anak na po yung nanay ng anak ko at akoy binata pa.
ever since po di kami nagsama bagkos inako ko lng po lahat ng responsibilidad ko sa anak ko at naiibgay ko naman po ang gusto nya.

please advise po,ayaw ko po malayo sken ang anak ko.

View user profile

2 Re: for legal advise on Mon Jun 06, 2016 9:23 pm

marlo


Reclusion Perpetua
Kung hindi kayo kasal, ibig sabihin eh illegitimate ang bata.

Kung magsasampa ang ina ng kasong full custody sa korte, malaking pumabor ang korte sa ina lalo na't kung wala namang masamang dahilan para ma kumbinse niya ang court na ilayo ang anak sa sariling ina. Kung magka gayun man, maari mong hingi sa korte na madalaw at mabisita ang bata, bukod pa sa obligasyon mong tumulong sa pagsustento ng pangangailangan ng anak mo sa makakaya mong paraan o halaga.

View user profile

3 Re: for legal advise on Mon Jun 06, 2016 9:31 pm

arthur16


Arresto Menor
kahit na po pag kaanak sa bata iniwan na po sken at ako din po ang nagregister,?lahat nag yun babalewalain ng korte? wla pang 1month old ang bata iniwan na po sken at ngaung malaki na xaka nya kukuhanin?

View user profile

4 Re: for legal advise on Mon Jun 06, 2016 9:56 pm

marlo


Reclusion Perpetua

Medyo mabigat po sa dibdib pagka ganyan ang nangyari. Dahil po na sa hindi kayo ikinasal sa kanya, pabor sa ina ang full custody na maari niyang isampa.

Kaya po pagdating sa ganyang case ng illegitimate child, kahit na po pumirma pa po kayo sa BC ng bata, pumapabor po madalas na situasyon sa ganitong case ay mapunta ang custody sa ina ng bata. Kung ma kukumbinse mo ang court na permanenteng ikakasama ng health at pagkatao ng bata ang sa custody ng ina, maaring pumabor ang korte sa kagustuhan mo.

Maari po kayong magtanong sa abogado para sure po kayo.

View user profile

5 Re: for legal advise on Tue Jun 07, 2016 2:11 pm

ador


Prision Mayor
I dis-agree. No offense meant ha marlo, just want arthur to get a better perspective. Pag sapit ng pitong taon ng bata ay pwede nang iaward ng korte ang custody sa ama. Married or not. Lalo pa't nag abandona at may bagong asawa ang ina at mga anak. Isasang alang-alang dyan ang trauma na dadanasin ng bata kunsakaling tumira with the new family members. Kung may steady income ka at morally upright, malamang na sa iyo kumatig ang korte.In the end, the state will decide which is best for the child. Go to the PAO.

View user profile

6 Re: for legal advise on Tue Jun 07, 2016 2:22 pm

arthur16


Arresto Menor
maraming salamat po sa inyo, mag seseven years old na po anak ko dis coming sept.
nag consult na din po kami sa PAO nung mga 5yirs old pa lang xa ang advise po ng PAO malaki na dn dw po chance namen kc inibanduna na po smen ang bata at besides naiibigay ko naman po lahat pangangailangan ng bata at may asawa at anak na din po yung ina ng anak ko.

thank you po sa inyong lahat..

View user profile

7 Re: for legal advise on Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:36 pm

marlo


Reclusion Perpetua

No damage done. All are welcome to post their opinion and advise per se.

Reason is that, abandonment is one side of the coin, this is how the other party may see it. In court, judge and lawyers will seek the intention behind why mother left. And there was no mention of that why she left from your statement, It was a concept or assumption that is yet to be proven and scrutinized in court. There is a need to prove that it was a full a abandonment and not temporal. If it was abandonment, court seeks if there was valid reason to do so.

Since visitation whether timely or not by the mother to the child was particularly mentioned on your statement. Then imho it was not an abandonment yet until court declares so. That is my basis on my reply. If there was a valid and compelling reason behind that temporary abandonment (lie or truth) and presumably you may not be able to disprove that since you were not directly around with her that time, then maybe mother could possibly have the right hand. So your aim is to gain that upper hand, you have to prepare full evidence and prove that it was an abandonment.

Once there was a case in Supreme court, where a full time prostitute seeks full custody over her child which she 'temporary' abandoned with valid reasons. According to her boyfriend, it was full abandonment but to her, it was temporary while she fights guilty sel-fconscience of doing her work. Boyfriend has steady job. Mother lost on lower court but appealed on higher courts. In the end, Supreme Court reversed the decision and granted her full custody and full parental authority over the child. She won. If I find time, I would get the SC decision link on that case.

So you see, inside the court, it is case to case basis as it progresses. The progress depends on the reply of both parties, not only one of them. And you must prove your stand and disapprove the other one's claim as well. You would need a very good attorney.

The general rule is applicable but you have to prove that in court and gain upper hand.

My reply was not to discourage you. I would also suggest you do not mention in court that she visits the chid even once if that is your interests. You have to prove all your statements and claims however she would reply on that in court. Get a good lawyer. GL

View user profile

8 Re: for legal advise Today at 12:23 am

Sponsored content


View previous topic View next topic Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum