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Mariana is now a target to be jailed by her first husband (just out of spite) for committing Adultery..which just so happens to be illegal in the Philippines.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.Two years later, Joe goes back home and gets a legal divorce on Grace. So, Joe returns to the Philippines to find that the Filipino courts still consider her married to him.. He marries a second Filipina in 2003 and is now married to one woman.. This kept the first Filipina wife from being able to meet and marry ‘Bob’ after her husband ‘Joe’ divorced her, because the Filipino government didn’t acknowledge her as divorced.After 49 years living in Southern California, USA, I decided to move to the Philippines despite never having been here before.In July, 2012, I took a leap of faith and transplanted myself to the amazing Philippines. let’s say your plan is to come to the Philippines, get to know some lovely ladies and choose the best one to be your wife. However, there are a few things to know ahead of time so your experience does not get snagged on a legal issue along the way. Take time to know your prospective Filipina fiance’. Not only get to know her as a person, but her marital status as well.
but it will be counted as even more aggravated that you lived with her in such a way that was “flagrant” and “indecent” to the public at large.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.🙂 Be sure to visit the Forum and other parts of what the site has to offer.Browse around and be sure to sign up for updates via email.