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new marriage contract by the same parties contracting....is that possible?

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ric devilla


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were planning to get a new contract with my husband just to change the date of marriage in the marriage contract. is that possible attorney?

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attyLLL


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only your first marriage contract will be recognized.


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ric devilla


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what does that mean...we cannot get a new contract attorney?

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attyLLL


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it means that even if you were able to get a second one, only the first one will be issued by nso and will still be considered as the correct one.


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ric devilla


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so we cannot get a copy of the second marriage contract from nso attorney?

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attyLLL


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yes


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