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1 marriage concern... on Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:52 am

randlyn


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Please advice if this couple could have a legal marriage under phillippine law.
example: im the girl and the guy; son of my grandfather's sister on my father's side.

Could this be a legal marriage?

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2 Re: marriage concern... on Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:59 am

leyarnalota02


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A friend of mine told me that once a married couple spit up and there is no communication at all for almost 10 years, each one them can marry again to other person. Is this true? Do we have law/s regarding this?

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3 Re: marriage concern... on Wed Mar 23, 2011 11:04 am

randlyn


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Singles po cla. Parang second cousin bah tawag dun? yung lalaki kasi. bale, ung kapatid ng papa ng papa ng babae (bale lolo un ng babae)un yung mama ng lalaki. parang tito ata nya yung lalaki.

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4 Re: marriage concern... on Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:31 pm

attyLLL


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randylyn, that is not an impediment to marriage. the rule is that they should be at least 5 degrees apart. that's you-father-grandfather-greatgrandfather-grandaunt-spouse.

so they can get married.


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5 Re: marriage concern... on Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:33 pm

attyLLL


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leyra, not true. if there is good faith belief that the other one is dead after 2 years then the surviving spouse can file a petition in court to declare the other presumptively dead. it is not automatic that the marriage bond is dissolved.


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