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As you can imagine this caused a lot of hardship and heartache for many Filipinas.
This act, only authorized just 7 years ago finally set free Filipina women to re-marry. If you meet a woman who is ‘Separated’, and there are a LOT of Filipinas in this situation whose husbands have literally abandoned them to ‘shack up’ with a mistress on another island.. she cannot divorce him because there is no divorce process here.
IF you were previously married but are now widowed, bring with you a copy (preferably an original) of the “. Marriage here is seen as a legal contract between two people, similar to the way Non-Default states in the U. One thing to keep in mind is that here in the Philippines you cannot get a divorce. One of you was legally insane at the time of marriage. (Even then if you have been married for more than a year it is considered consensual.) There are other circumstances for Annulment and they are just as stringent.
In order to file a divorce on your Filipina wife, from your home-country.. is 6 months) If she is dead-set on staying married to you, for let’s say… she may delay the divorce by making herself difficult to find and ‘Serve’ or she may do a Response in which she disputes jurisdiction or claims ‘hardship’ in order to be able to attend the divorce proceedings due to travel expenses, etc. My two cents is that if you just take your time getting to know your fiance for at least a year you will be in a much better position to make this marriage decision than if you rush into it on a whim after a 2-month romance. Believe it or not, up until 2005 this had been the Catch-22 scenario for many Filipina women.
you will need to (a) Have her legally ‘Served’ with the Subpoena for Dissolution of Marriage and (b) before you can even file, you may have to re-establish your Residency in your home-country for perhaps 6 months. Let’s say ‘Joe’ arrives in the year 2000 and marries ‘Grace’, the Filipina.