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gusto makipag hiwalay ng asawa ko, becuase may kinakasama na cya- can i file a case?

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alexjan


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hi good morning..first thank you for having this site...this will be very helpfull...

i am a mother of 2 girls, nakipag hiwalay ang husband ko ( verbally, no legal papers or so) i found out na may kinakasama sa pala cya...he's in singapore now, with the girl and the girl is pregnant..nag bibigay naman cya monthly support for the kids, but can i file a case against him and the girl? hiw much will it cause me? please i need help.tnx

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attyLLL


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from a practical stand point, will you be able to survive if he retaliates by stopping sending support?


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alexjan


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is that sir the consequence i have to face? what if eventually he really will stop sending support even no case filed..what is my other options, what can i do?

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concepab


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alexjan wrote:is that sir the consequence i have to face? what if eventually he really will stop sending support even no case filed..what is my other options, what can i do?

nakalalamang ganon ang mangyari. kung gusto mong gumanti sa pang-bababae nya, pwede mo silang kasuhan, but if you want to secure the support for your children maari mo siyang obligahin..

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attyLLL


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you must be prepared for that possibility. concubinage will not prosper because it is being committed outside philippine territory. if you can prove his repeated marital infidelity, you can file a case of psychological violence against him.


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