Annulment and other Family Related cases


No prescribed form or religious rite for the solemnization of marriage is required. (Art. 6) The couple’s written agreement where they declare themselves as husband and wife, signed by them before a judge and two capable witnesses, even though it was independently made by them, still counts as a valid ceremony. [Martinez v Tan, (1909)]

Minimum requirements prescribed by law: (AP-PMS)
(1) Appearance of contracting parties personally before the solemnizing officer [Art. 3]
(2) Personal declaration that they take each other as husband and wife. [Art. 3]
(3) Presence of at least two witnesses of legal age. [Art. 3]
(4) The declaration shall be contained in the Marriage certificate. [Art. 6]
(5) Marriage certificate shall be Signed by the contracting parties and their witnesses and attested by the solemnizing officer. [Art. 6]

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hi po andito po ako sa taiwan my boyfriend po ako for 2 years na inamin po ng boyfriend ko na may kinasama siya sa pinas at nagkaron po ng pekeng kasal nung time po na yun 16 yung babae at yung bf ko po ay 18 wala pong papel dahl minor pa po sa blankong papel lang sila pumirma at janitor po ng munisipyo ang ngkasal kasalan sa kanila nagsama sila ng 5 years at naghiwalay po sila nung 2016 yung babae po 4 times nakunan dhl ndi dn po niya inaalagaan yung dpat na mgiging anak nila kaya… Read more »