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IS IT POSSIBLE TO FILE DIVORCE IN NEWZEALAND?

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1 IS IT POSSIBLE TO FILE DIVORCE IN NEWZEALAND? on Sun Nov 06, 2016 10:52 pm

cheky1818


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I GOT MARRIED IN PHILIPPINES,IM FILIPINA AND MY EX HUSBAND IS NEWZEALAND,
IS IT POSSIBLE TO FILE DIVORCE IN NEWZEALAND EVEN IF WERE MARRIED IN PHILIPPINES?



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Lunkan


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The divorce will be counted ELSEWHERE than in the Philippines.
BUT if the New Zealander file for the divorce, then I BELIEVE the Filipina has some chance in the Philippines by REFERING to that, IF the Filipina didn't filed for the divorce in New Zealand. (I have read such has succeeded, but I don't know if it's true.)

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3 Thank you on Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:30 pm

cheky1818


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Hello Thanks so much for your help,
Ex Husband(New zealand Citizen) will file for Divorce in Newzealand,
can i be free to remarry in other country?

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Lunkan


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cheky1818 wrote:Hello Thanks so much for your help,
Ex Husband(New zealand Citizen) will file for Divorce in Newzealand,
can i be free to remarry in other country?
Yes,
BUT I suppouse you want to be in/visit the Philippines sometimes. To not be seen as a bigami crime in the Philippines, you need to - after NZ court have said it's a divorce - you refer to that in the Philippines and make a case in the Philippines to get free to marry too. But I don't know how that is done.
To not get trouble in the Philippines, I suppouse you have to WAIT with remarrying until it's done there too.

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lunatic


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If your foreigner husband gets a divorce decree, you can have that officially recognized in the Philippines too. You need to file a petition for recognition of the divorce in Philippine courts though.

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