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For a recent article on this recent update of the Adultery laws.” I am both an optimist and a romantic. As I’ve mentioned so many times at the site, there truly is a cultural difference from Western thinking that encourages, in my opinion, Filipina women to enter into marriage with a far greater commitment.
I choose to believe that if two people love each other they can somehow, someway find a way to (legally) be together.. Most are very loving, humble, faithful and hold to a moral character greater than what most of us ‘foreign’ men are accustomed to and it can make for a wonderful life in choosing the right one as a wife.
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.
Browse around and be sure to sign up for updates via email. Yes, language like this still exists on the books here in the Philippines and it can get you as well as your ‘Separated’ Filipina into a lot of trouble from the ‘offended’ other spouse. The ‘better’ news is that (and this is still unclear if Congress incorporated the following changes to the law or not, no data at this time.)..Especially if this takes place by cohabitation in Now.. Only recently, in April of 2012 did the Philippines Congress convene on the issue of clarifying the laws regarding Adultery. they did not lessen the punishments or remove the Adultery laws.. the ‘accused’ (Defendant) spouse can counter and have the charges dropped from the ‘accusing’ (Prosecuting) spouse IF the ‘accusing’ spouse either (a) has been committing the same infidelity themselves or (b) has abandoned the home physically and financially for more than 1 year.It is very common for men to arrive here, start making plans to marry and only then find out from the local Philippine government that you must prove you are divorced from any previous marriages, irregardless of where those marriages took place.So, if you never did get legally divorced in your home-country but plan on re-marrying in the Philippines that is one loose end you will need to tie up before boarding a plane here. This is how you will present the Divorce Decree or Certificate of Death in order to prove you are legally free to “contract” marriage. Once you have this it is up to you whether you and your Filipina bride will officiate the wedding via a Priest at a church or at the government offices via a Judge or Judge’s Appointee.