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Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Gepost op: maandag 6 juli 2015, 15:56:53 »
Hallo

I weet dat er al eens iets geschreven is over dit topic maar ik kanhet niet meer erug vinden

Wie heeft dit hele process al meegemaakt?

Ik ben nu bezig om erkenning te krijgen van mijn scheiding in Ned
Als dit erkend wordt moet het geannoteerd worden in het NSO Ik woon hier en hoop hier ook weer een partner te kunnen vinden

Ik ben de weg kwijt. In Juris prudentie lees ik dat ik mijn Court Order moet registeren bij de Reginal Trial Court in the stad waar ik ooit ben gehuwd
Een ander zegt nee je moet dat naar de Civil registrar sturen die het annoteerd in het NSO
Weer een ander zegt het moet inderdaad naar de RTC in de stad waar je bent getrouwd en daar krijg je ook weer een hearing
Gek wordt ik er van
Iemand die dit hele gedoe al heeft mee gemaakt en mij precies kan zeggen hoe het traject gaat?

Dank
Pieter

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Re: Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: dinsdag 7 juli 2015, 01:21:18 »
Hallo

I weet dat er al eens iets geschreven is over dit topic maar ik kanhet niet meer erug vinden

Wie heeft dit hele process al meegemaakt?

Ik ben nu bezig om erkenning te krijgen van mijn scheiding in Ned
Als dit erkend wordt moet het geannoteerd worden in het NSO Ik woon hier en hoop hier ook weer een partner te kunnen vinden

Ik ben de weg kwijt. In Juris prudentie lees ik dat ik mijn Court Order moet registeren bij de Reginal Trial Court in the stad waar ik ooit ben gehuwd
Een ander zegt nee je moet dat naar de Civil registrar sturen die het annoteerd in het NSO
Weer een ander zegt het moet inderdaad naar de RTC in de stad waar je bent getrouwd en daar krijg je ook weer een hearing
Gek wordt ik er van
Iemand die dit hele gedoe al heeft mee gemaakt en mij precies kan zeggen hoe het traject gaat?

Dank
Pieter

Petition For Recognition of Divorce Decree In The Philippines…

If you are a foreigner married to a Filipina whose country allows divorce, and you indeed divorced your Filipina wife in order to marry another Filipina, what steps do you have to do in order for you to annotate the divorce decree in our National Statistics Office, hence able to marry your new fiancee?”
“Art. 26. All marriages solemnized outside the Philippines, in accordance with the laws in force in the country where they were solemnized, and valid there as such, shall also be valid in this country, except those prohibited under Articles 35(1), (4), (5) and (6), 36, 37 and 38.
Where a marriage between a Filipino citizen and a foreigner is validly celebrated and a divorce is thereafter validly obtained abroad by the alien spouse capacitating him or her to remarry, the Filipino spouse shall likewise have capacity to remarry under Philippine law.”
The Foreigner was a former Filipino citizen who became a naturalised Canadian citizen. He married a Filipina but because of work commitments, he soon returned to Canada. When he came back, he was shocked to discover that her wife is having an affair with another man. Thus he went back to Canada and divorced her. After two hears, he found a new love, another Filipina who he desired to marry, hence he proceeded to the local civil registry to have the divorce decree annotated. It was registered indeed, but he was informed that his first marriage still subsists because the divorce decree must first be recognised by the local court to be enforceable.
Thus, The Foreigner filed a case for recognition of foreign divorce decree before the Regional Trial Court of Pasig City. However, the RTC denied the petition, saying that because the petitioner is a foreigner, he is not qualified to avail of the remedy in accordance with the second paragraph of Article 26 of the Family Code which states:
“Where a marriage between a Filipino citizen and a foreigner is validly celebrated and a divorce is thereafter validly obtained abroad by the alien spouse capacitating him or her to remarry, the Filipino spouse shall likewise have capacity to remarry under Philippine law.”
According to the RTC, the ruling is consistent with the legislative intent that “the provision was enacted to avoid the absurd situation where the Filipino spouse remains married to the alien spouse who, after obtaining a divorce, is no longer married to the Filipino spouse.”
WAs the Regional Trial Court correct? And what should one do to have a foreign divorce decree judicially recognised?
Yes. “As the RTC correctly stated, the provision was included in the law “to avoid the absurd situation where the Filipino spouse remains married to the alien spouse who, after obtaining a divorce, is no longer married to the Filipino spouse.” The legislative intent is for the benefit of the Filipino spouse, by clarifying his or her marital status, settling the doubts created by the divorce decree. Essentially, the second paragraph of Article 26 of the Family Code provided the Filipino spouse a substantive right to have his or her marriage to the alien spouse considered as dissolved, capacitating him or her to remarry. Without the second paragraph of Article 26 of the Family Code, the judicial recognition of the foreign decree of divorce, whether in a proceeding instituted precisely for that purpose or as a related issue in another proceeding, would be of no significance to the Filipino spouse since our laws do not recognize divorce as a mode of severing the marital bond; Article 17 of the Civil Code provides that the policy against absolute divorces cannot be subverted by judgments promulgated in a foreign country. The inclusion of the second paragraph in Article 26 of the Family Code provides the direct exception to this rule and serves as basis for recognizing the dissolution of the marriage between the Filipino spouse and his or her alien spouse.”
However, a foreigner who wish to have his divorce decree judicially recognised in order to remarry in the Philippines, is not without remedy. In this case, the Supreme Court further ruled:
“Article 412 of the Civil Code declares that “no entry in a civil register shall be changed or corrected, without judicial order.” The Rules of Court supplements Article 412 of the Civil Code by specifically providing for a special remedial proceeding by which entries in the civil registry may be judicially cancelled or corrected. Rule 108 of the Rules of Court sets in detail the jurisdictional and procedural requirements that must be complied with before a judgment, authorizing the cancellation or correction, may be annotated in the civil registry. It also requires, among others, that the verified petition must be filed with the RTC of the province where the corresponding civil registry is located; that the civil registrar and all persons who have or claim any interest must be made parties to the proceedings;39 and that the time and place for hearing must be published in a newspaper of general circulation.40 As these basic jurisdictional requirements have not been met in the present case, we cannot consider the petition Gerbert filed with the RTC as one filed under Rule 108 of the Rules of Court.
We hasten to point out, however, that this ruling should not be construed as requiring two separate proceedings for the registration of a foreign divorce decree in the civil registry — one for recognition of the foreign decree and another specifically for cancellation of the entry under Rule 108 of the Rules of Court. The recognition of the foreign divorce decree may be made in a Rule 108 proceeding itself, as the object of special proceedings (such as that in Rule 108 of the Rules of Court) is precisely to establish the status or right of a party or a particular fact. Moreover, Rule 108 of the Rules of Court can serve as the appropriate adversarial proceeding by which the applicability of the foreign judgment can be measured and tested in terms of jurisdictional infirmities, want of notice to the party, collusion, fraud, or clear mistake of law or fact.”
(G.R. No. 186571, August 11, 2010, GERBERT R. CORPUZ, Petitioner, vs. DAISYLYN TIROL STO. TOMAS and The SOLICITOR GENERAL, Respondents.)

Bron: http://thelawyerspost.net/petition-for-recognition-of-divorce-decree-in-the-philippines/#.VZsMfPntlBc

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Re: Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: dinsdag 7 juli 2015, 04:19:16 »
DankRonny maar ditverhaal ken ik Mijn vraag is wat te doen nadat de rechtbank het verzoek heeft aanvaard Welke route moet ik volgen om het geannoteerd te krijgen inNSO

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Re: Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: dinsdag 7 juli 2015, 09:06:12 »
DankRonny maar ditverhaal ken ik Mijn vraag is wat te doen nadat de rechtbank het verzoek heeft aanvaard Welke route moet ik volgen om het geannoteerd te krijgen inNSO
Mijn Filipijnse advokaat heeft dat gedaan..

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Re: Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: dinsdag 7 juli 2015, 13:17:27 »
Mooi maar kanikdie man ook benaderen?Heeft hij alles geregeld?

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Re: Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: woensdag 8 juli 2015, 12:38:41 »
waarom laat je ,je niet helpen door amice  :confused2:

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Re: Action for recognition of foreign divorce decree
« Reactie #6 Gepost op: donderdag 9 juli 2015, 04:31:23 »
Amice? Je vraagt me iets wat ik niet kan beantwoorden Ik ken Amice alleen van het Forum maar niet persoonlijk