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WHAT AGREEMENT/DOCUMENT WOULD SUIT MY SITUATION

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Arresto Menor
Hi,

Problem ko is this. Married ako with my wife pero naghiwalay na kami for more than a year though not legally. May kinakasama na akong iba ngayon at nangungupahan sa ibang lugar but my legal wife still stays at our conjugal dwelling na pinatayo namin sa lote ng parents ko. Ngayon, gusto ng wife ko bayaran ko share nya sa pagpapatayo ng bahay namin sa lote ng parents ko as a condition nya para umalis na sya dun. Willing naman akong bayaran sya kaya lang gusto ko maging fool-proof yung transaction dahil worried ako na baka pag naubos na nya yung pera nya, bigla na naman syang mag-insist ng rights nya sa conjugal house namin.

Question is, anong proper document ang dapat kong papirmahan sa kanya? Ubra ba yung quit claim? I've read na not unless legally dissolved marriage namin, yung conjugal property is still conjugal kahit bayaran ko na sya sa share nya, is this true? Also, since lote ng parents ko yun, sumagi din sa isip ko option na instead ako, papalabasin parents ko nagbayad sa amin sa house na pinatayo namin palalabasin na gagamitin na kasi ng parents ko yung lote. Alin po ba ang magandang approach dito at anong document pwedeng papirmahan sa wife ko pag binayaran ko sya? Kasi sana din iniiwasan ko na umabot pa sa korte yung remedy at baka madaan sa written agreement or documents lang ang pag-solve nito.

Thanks in advance sa lahat ng magbibigay ng inputs.


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from a legal point of view, your properties are all still conjugal. it will have no legal effect if you give her money in exchange for the right to stay at the conjugal home. of course, you can respect the agreement, but neither one is bound by the agreement.

your proper remedy is to file a petition for judicial separation of property.


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Arresto Menor
attyLLL wrote:from a legal point of view, your properties are all still conjugal. it will have no legal effect if you give her money in exchange for the right to stay at the conjugal home. of course, you can respect the agreement, but neither one is bound by the agreement.

your proper remedy is to file a petition for judicial separation of property.

Thanks for your input.

Yesterday, I consulted a lawyer within our vicinity, he suggested to ask my wife to sign a document which is called DEED OF RELINQUISHMENT AND TRANSFER OF RIGHTS AND INTEREST. Pati daw ako pipirma and ang mangyayari, papipirmahin din daw ang parents ko since sila ang may ari ng lote na kinatitirikan ng bahay namin ng wife ko. Parang ang lalabas, binili ng parents ko sa aming mag-asawa yung house na nasa lote ng parents ko. That way, parang binenta na daw namin yung conjugal house namin and madi-dissolve na ito.

Opinion nyo lang attorney if this will work. Thanks.

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again, you can come up with whatever document and it's good as long as everyone respects it.


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