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The divorce or ‘dissolution’ process is not legally recognized here. But if you are a foreigner chances are you don’t know ‘the right people’ and will get ripped off by scammers who promise for a couple thousand in foreign currency they can make it happen. If, you as a foreigner come and marry a Filipina and then..
But the annulment process passes through several hands and if not everybody is on the same page.. for whatever reason you later decide you want to divorce.. You will have to return to your home-country and file for divorce there.
In either scenario I wish you all the best.[ One more thing..
the information I am sharing with you here is fully referenced, so use the links provided to fact-check on your own.
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.I am not an attorney nor am I in any way providing anyone with the most current legal stances in place.The information here is for educational purposes only and any person should consult with an Immigration Attorney before making any important decisions or actions. (Even though your plans may be to make the Philippines your new home.) Even if you plan to take a few years before getting married, which is my advice by the way, one thing you will need to bring with you are your divorce papers. the final, deciding document which declares you are legally divorced if you have been previously married in your home-country.As you can imagine this caused a lot of hardship and heartache for many Filipinas.This act, only authorized just 7 years ago finally set free Filipina women to re-marry. If you meet a woman who is ‘Separated’, and there are a LOT of Filipinas in this situation whose husbands have literally abandoned them to ‘shack up’ with a mistress on another island.. she cannot divorce him because there is no divorce process here.
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.