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Presumptive death annulment

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1 Presumptive death annulment on Wed Aug 03, 2016 5:15 pm

chenny


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Good day po sa lahat ng readers, hingi lang po ako ng advice kasi plan ko po mag file ng petition of Presumptive death annulment, paanu ko po mapapatunayan sa court na well-founded belief po at 5 years po ako naghintay sa husband ko pero hindi na po xa nag pakita. My story goes like this, when i was 19 years old 2009 nakikila ko po yung hubby ko sa Fiesta ng baryo kung saan may disco. Doon po nagsimula ang lahat, tubong Manila po siya at nag bakasyon lang daw xa dito sa Cebu,1 month of relationship umalis xa papuntang malaysia, dahil po may nangyari sa amin nabuntis po ako sknya, umuwi po xa nung 3 months ng tiyan ko bago makahalata yung papa ko inamin po namin at dahil po sa takot kay papa, ikinasal kme sa Mayor August 2009. At bumalik ulit xa sa malaysia after namin makasal so nagtatawagan pa po kame in 1 year hanggang nag bday na po yung anak ko pinagtataka ko lamang po tuwing nagpapadala po xa ng pera iba ang pangalan ng sender at nakita ko po yung passport niya then i found out na hindi niya pala tunay na name ang ginamit niya abroad doon po nagsimula ang away namin. Tanung ko lang po kasi hindi ko na po alam ang whereabouts niya , maari ko po bang mabalik yung maiden name ko sa sss,philhealth at iba pa docs. ko kung ma-grant  ng court ang petition ko for Presumptive death annulment?  ilan po kaya ang gagastosin ko pag nag file ako niyan? Gaano po ito katagal.?

Maraming Salamat po.

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2 Re: Presumptive death annulment on Thu Aug 04, 2016 6:00 pm

attyLLL


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You have to show that you exhausted every way you could to find him with his relatives, you visited his parents, home town and that you had some news that he may have already died.

If I were the prosecutor against you, my first move would be to check social media accounts and last known addresses to see if he can be found.

you can revert to your maiden name even now but if you were already using your married name in government IDs, you cannot ask them to change it back.


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