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Annulment, what to do?

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1 Annulment, what to do? on Wed May 25, 2011 1:05 am

lost


Arresto Menor
May nabuntis po ako noong taong 2001, gf ko sya. Pero nung nabuntis ko sya ay nagkakalabuan na kami dahil may iba na akong mahal. Ipinaalam nila ng pamilya nya sa mommy ko na nabuntis ko sya, pinilit nila ako na pirmahan ang marriage contract. Napilit nila ako kahit sinabi ko sa kanila na hindi ko na mahal ang ex ko dahil tinakot nila ako na ipapaalam sa taong mahal ko ang pangyayari at may mangyayari sa aking masama kung hindi ko iyon pipirmahan. Sinabi din ng mommy ko na pirmahan ko na lang yun tutal after 7 years na wala kaming communication ay considered annulled na ang marriage namin. After ko pirmahan ang MC ay iniwan ko na sila sa lugar na yun. Hindi kami nagsama kahit kailan.

Hanggang ngayon ay kasama ko pa ang babaeng mahal ko, pero hindi ko sya mapakasalan. May anak na din kaming isa. At naitago ko lahat sa kanya ito hanggang noong Oct 2010 ay nalaman nyang may anak ako sa ex ko, itinanggi ko din na kasal kami. Pero Nung Katapusan ng Marso 2011 ay nagpa-add sa facebook ng babaeng mahal ko ang ex ko gamit ang apelyido ko.

Wala po akong sapat na pera para sa mahal na abogado, pero mahal na mahal ko ang live in partner ko at hindi ko kakayaning mawala sya sa akin. Sya po ang gusto kong makasama habangbuhay. Maaari nyo po ba akong tulungan?

Napag-alaman ko rin po na walang pirma ng solemnizing officer yung MC namin ng ex ko. Yung kasal-kasalan pong iyon ay naganap sa isang town na hindi kami pareho residente at inayos lamang ng aking mommy.

Sana po ay matulungan nyo ako.

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2 Re: Annulment, what to do? on Wed May 25, 2011 1:41 am

rollie002


Arresto Mayor
pls. consider this if all of these are present or happened at the time of the celebration of marriage

(1) Legal capacity of the contracting parties who must be a male and a female; and
(2) Consent freely given in the presence of the solemnizing officer.
(3) Authority of the solemnizing officer;
(4) A valid marriage license
(5) A marriage ceremony which takes place with the appearance of the contracting parties before the solemnizing officer and their personal declaration that they take each other as husband and wife in the presence of not less than two witnesses of legal age.

absence of any of these will make the marriage void.
If your marriage is void, you have to declare that your marriage is void for the purpose of remarriage

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