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27 years ago, my wife filed a divorce in the U.S.

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yonP


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I do not want to go through making lies just to get an annulment. The reason is not psychological incapacitation, but purely because my former wife divorce me in America. I still have all the documents her lawyer mailed to me until the U.S. Court has approved the divorce.

Now, I do not want to go through the psychological test just to lie that there is a psychological incapacitaton. Is there no other way that I can use to reclassify myself a divorce?

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yonP


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My new lawyer run away with 10,000 pesos which was suppose to be given to the Sheriff. What can I do?

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yonP


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I won a court case for sum of money, can I attach a conjugal property for as payment? And if not, what can I do to recover my money. Household items belonging to the accuse is not enough to pay the loan, what should I do then?

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attyLLL


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was your wife no longer a filipino when she filed the petition for divorce?

you can file a complaint at the ibp

yes, you can attach on a conjugal property. you have to keep looking for property


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yonP


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What will be my status? Can Can I nullify our marriage?

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yonP


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Do I have to wait for instruction from SC to make my rejoinder against the reply-comment submitted by the respondent, or can just submit my rejoinder? And secondly, when I first filed my first Complaint Affidavit against unprofessional act at the Respondent's Lawyer, my case was still in the Fiscal Level.

Now, both I and the Respondent (accuse) on violation of B.P. 22 has finished taking the witness stand, and the case is due for decision. Now, I made a complaint against the accuse lawyer in the SC, and he already made a reply. Can I submit my rejoinder to the S.C. and add a supplementary Affidavit?

My observation during the Court hearing against the Accused council are the ff.

a. The Respondent's lawyer was not able to bring all the documents as there evidence during the Priliminary Conference for marking. And the Judge scolded him for asking for extention.
b. The Respondent's lawyer keeps on coaching the accuse durng the cross exam. and the judge again scolded him.
c. The Respondent's lawyer does not seems to know his duty because he is backtracking his questions to the validity of my evidences during the Accused testimony and the Judge told the accused lawyer that he had the chance to cross exam my documents when I, the Complainant was testifying. But he failed to do so. And he started questioning my evidences during the accuse testimony.
d. The Respondent's lawyer brought voluminous checks which are unmarked and he insist that the judge recognized the checks, but the judge turn him down because precisely they were not presented for marking during the Preliminary Conference.

My conclusion then is that, the Respondent's lawyer can be charge for negligence in protecting his client's interest.

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attyLLL


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was your wife no longer a filipino when she filed the petition for divorce?


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yonP


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My wife was a Filipino when she filed her divorce 27 years ago. But she was an American Citizen when she got married about 25 years ago. I have the divorce paper,but no document regarding her becoming an American.

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rchrd


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Pnoy:

Regarding the sheriff, I do not know of any basis why he should be receiving P10,000.00 from you. If you are sure of this, you can file a complaint before the Supreme Court against the Sheriff (Do not box him like Inday Sara did Rolling Eyes). Receiving amounts from court clients without legal basis is ground for dismissal or suspension. The Supreme Court would entertain complaints even if not done in a lawyerly form.

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attyLLL


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i'm afraid you cannot use the divorce as basis for dissolving your marriage in the philippines because she was still a filipino when she filed her petition.


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yonP


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I filed a Complaint in the Supreme Court against my opponent's lawyer. And my Complaint was sent to the IBP. Last Easter I dropped my complaint in the IBP against the said Council of the accuse (I'm the Complainant.) in the name of Easter celebration. Was I right? Is there a backlast in which the other party can sue me for what ever reason? Then again, in spite of my notifying the IBP, there was a hearing regarding Mandatory Conference. Since I am not a lawyer I do not know how to prepare those legal papers the IBP demanded, which is also why I dropped the Complaint. Now, I received a letter from the IBP saying that both myself as complainant and the respondent did not appear on the hearing in spite of informing the IBP that I no longer is interested in pursuing my Complaint.

In their current letter, it states as follows:

"In today's mandatory conference, there is no appearance from the complainant and respondent.

This Mandatory Conference is deemed terminated. The parties are hereby ordered to submit their respective verified positon paper within THIRTY (30) days from receipt of this notice, funishing copies to the other party, attaching their affidavit as well as their witnesses' affidavits and supporting documents which must certified true copy. The parties are given ten days to submit their Comment on the Positon Paper counted from date of receipt, after which, this case will be submitted for report and recommendation."

I do not know how to produce the verified positon paper or any thing of legal implication since, I retereit, I am not a lawyer. Shall sent a Registered Mail again to inform the IBP that I am not interested any more in pursuing my complaint?

Then again, can the other party sue me afterwards for what ever reason?

Thank you in advance.....

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