annulment of marriage

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annulment of marriage

Postby lofelix27 » Fri Feb 09, 2018 19:29

could anyone here knows how to process annulment while here in taiwan and my husband is in philippines
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Re: annulment of marriage

Postby maoman » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:04

lofelix27 wrote:could anyone here knows how to process annulment while here in taiwan and my husband is in philippines

What are your nationalities? Where was the marriage registered?
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Re: annulment of marriage

Postby lofelix27 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 14:39

my husband is a filipino
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Re: annulment of marriage

Postby lofelix27 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 14:40

and registered in philippines
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Re: annulment of marriage

Postby Toad » Sun Feb 11, 2018 18:29

Realistically you don't have much chance except to go back to the Philippines. The reason is that you'll need a lawyer to handle the mountain of pointless paperwork involved, and to hand out bribes where necessary; and the reason YOU need to be there is to keep an eye on the lawyer, who will inflate his bill with various mysterious disbursements if you don't watch him like a hawk. I would not attempt to do this by "remote control" unless you have someone over there you can trust. Heard a lot of horror stories about lawyers stringing this out for months or years, charging lots of money, and eventually getting nowhere with the case.

A less painful possibility would be to wait until House Bill 6779 comes onstream. How long that will take (or whether it will work in practice) is anybody's guess.
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