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1 declaration of nullity on Sun Jun 05, 2011 6:51 pm

j.oguis


Arresto Menor
Hi, I would like to seek an legal advice since I am very
confused right now.

I was married on 1994, but my marriage was null & void since
my ex-husband was already married in 1979, I managed to get
a copy of his 2 marriages at NSO and I already had it
authenticated by DFA.

My question is I want to revert my name to my maiden name,
DFA don't want to allowed my request and they requiring me
to have my marriage contract to get annotated.

I read on the internet, post by an attorney that....
if a marriage is void from the very beginning
(void ab initio), there’s no need to file anything in court

Please help me, what do I do?

Thank you.

Regards,

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2 Re: declaration of nullity on Sun Jun 05, 2011 9:08 pm

attyLLL


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are you still a filipino citizen?

i agree that if the marriage is demonstrably void, then the DFA should allow you to revert to your maiden name. I think your remedy would be write to the Secretary of DFA.


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3 Re: declaration of nullity on Sun Jun 05, 2011 11:09 pm

chanely 73


Arresto Menor
gud pm i hav an american friend married to a filipina 6 years ago two of them always fought ended up having an affair wd another filipina wife even sent him to jail bec she caught him wd his mistress my question now s my friend wants to fight back and get even he filed for nullity bec he was married still wen they got married he bought her lots of properties and now he wants to get them back you think he has a chance in getting back d properties d wife now has a BF And is living in the conjugal home making my friend so much furious.pls help!

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4 Re: declaration of nullity on Mon Jun 06, 2011 2:29 pm

j.oguis


Arresto Menor
I am still a filipino citizen, I just want my maiden name
back in my passport.

Please can somebody help me, please....

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5 Re: declaration of nullity on Mon Jun 06, 2011 7:40 pm

attyLLL


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chanely, if that's real estate properties, he knew he wasn't allowed to own land, so he won't be able to get anything back.

j., if you are still legally married, you cannot compel the DFA to change your name.


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6 Re: declaration of nullity on Fri Sep 07, 2012 10:19 pm

ycartnyl


Arresto Menor
hello po,

thankful po ako dahil natagpuan ko ang site na ito... madami po akong natutunan true real experiences...i have the same problem po....thanks po

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