The final consequences of separation are: 9. Please note that no separation of law is based on a factual provision or confession. The petitioner must provide evidence on the basis of the separation of the legislation. For the respondent, he can make the following defence: (1) Condonation; (2) approval; (3) approval; (4) charge of guilt; (5) agreements; and (6) prescription. only want to clarify something on a 1.) my marriage b.) Separation: I was married at first, but unfortunately and apparently it didn`t go well. He was an OFW during the time we got married, he just had a leave for 2 weeks, which was in 2003, but since his aunt has a connection in our community also the authorization is still on the trial of the mayor married us. I check at the NSO, and yes, it was there. My question is: can I use this instance to file a declaration of the neonlity of marriage? And then, when his contract ended in February 2004, I think the guy should stay here, of course, and I became gatasan, the one who supports him all the time, until I feel he`s the guy, but the one who works for him. He is not looking for a new job.
In fact, while he was abroad, 50% of his salary was for his family. In short, I left him. And since then, we have no communication and have had our own lives. Even though I know he goes back and forth abroad. And I know he`s asking me because we`re from the same place. I had my own life and my own family. Until December of last year, the guy had a leave of absence back here with his girlfriend a Filipina, but a citizen from another country and the guy told me to sign a legal separation (they had already prepared it) because they coz the girl will sponsor him, they will sponsor a visa that the guy told me. But I don`t want to sign it because I said, why not file a cancellation? And you know what? they`re texting me, he told me he was suing me, he has a lot of evidence against me (because I already have a family apart, but of course we don`t get married because my husband knows my situation) and they even send text messages that I`m stupid, makapal ang mukha, my Daughther is illegal, etc. just because I don`t want to sign the legal separation. Well, lawyer, what can you comment on this case? Thank you and you know at least that there is a site like this. Thank you again. Barangay will not order the imprisonment of a party.
Good afternoon. I just want to know if my problem with my husband will cause a breakup. My husband left me for almost 6 years. We have a daughter, I want to make a breakup for now. How much would it cost me and how long? Hello, I would like to inform you about the process of separation of law and how much will it cost? Thank you very much. First, separation only ends marital law. It doesn`t end the marriage. It is also combative and can therefore cost more than cancelled. If you or him want to end the marriage, annulment is the right option if you are both Filipinos. As part of the separation agreement, you and your spouse can decide on a number of important issues, such as child care. B and custody of spouses (dependants).