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Married with someone who has two names

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1 Married with someone who has two names on Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:11 pm

forlegaladvise


Arresto Menor
My boyfriend and I got married last month but I found out that he was already married, but was registered with a different name.
I saw in his files that he has an affidavit of Identity stating that he is one and the same person with the name stated with his marriage contract with another person, and with the name stated on ours.
He has an NSO marriage certificate with his first marriage.

Our marriage documents is still in process. Will those documents suffice to cancel the process of our marriage?
Will there be any legal cases against me for marrying someone who is already married but I was not aware of?

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2 Re: Married with someone who has two names on Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:40 am

marlo


Reclusion Perpetua
My dear your marriage is bigamous and can be nullified thru court as it does not exists and never happenned at all. Unfortunately your husband is a bigamist, and liable for a criminal offense if the legal wife files a bigamy case against him.

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3 Re: Married with someone who has two names on Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:31 pm

attyLLL


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it would be good if you can prevent the marriage contract from being filed, but once it is in the system, then your recourse will be to go to court to have it declared void.


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