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Bail Philippines

What is Bail Philippines?   Bail Philippines is commonly cash or bond given for the release of a person in custody of the law, to ensure that he appears in court. Bail can be given in cash or a bond. Once Bail is given, the detained person is released. You might ask why Bail in …

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Notarial Will Philippines: The Complete Guide

Notarial Will Philippines: the Complete Guide discusses all the requirements and information on what makes a valid Notarial Will. A Notarial Will vs Holographic Will has several advantages over a handwritten Will which can be very helpful during Probate. (Probate is a requirement to use a Will. Several copies can be made Easy to revise …

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Holographic Will Philippines

Holographic Will Philippines A Holographic Will (Philippines) is a handwritten document signed and dated by the Testator which determines who inherits and what they inherit. Holographic Will Requirements are that: The Will follows laws on Compulsory Heirs, Disinheritance and Philippine Laws on Succession (there are specific rules as to how much can be given to …

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Small Claims Process Philippines (Step by Step Procedure)

Small Claims Process Philippines (Step by Step Procedure) The Small Claims court process is something that you’ll need to know well to file successfully. There are 6 major sections: Overview of the Small Claims Court Proceeding How to file a Philippine Small Claims case Summons and Response of the person who owes the money Hearing …

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Legal Separation vs Annulment

Legal Separation vs Annulment: Everything you REALLY want to know The difference between Legal Separation vs Annulment is often confused. Legal Separation is a more expensive, more difficult court case in the Philippines that gives Conjugal Property to the “innocent” spouse but doesn’t end the marriage. On the other hand, Annulment ends a marriage and …

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Bigamy in the Philippines

Bigamy in the Philippines Bigamy in the Philippines is a criminal case where one spouse has contracted a second marriage while still married. In this article, I’ll tackle common questions such as: What is Bigamy in the Philippines? Who can file a case for Bigamy Philippines? What is the Bigamy Penalty Philippines? Is bigamy bailable …

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Annulment Philippines

  Annulment Philippines is a court case that ends a marriage between 2 Filipinos and is composed of a trial with testimony (which may be done over Videocon, depending on the judge). This commonsense primer helps people who do not know much about Annulment by explaining: What Annulment in the Philippines is? What the Grounds …

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Adultery in the Philippines (Plus Concubinage)

  Adultery in the Philippines can carry legal consequences as these are criminal cases that can be filed against a husband or wife for sexual infidelity. This article discusses an Adultery Philippines case (or a Concubinage Philippines case) in depth, focusing on: Chapter 1: Explaining what Adultery in the Philippines is, the differences between Adultery …

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Grounds for Annulment in the Philippines

Grounds for Annulment in the Philippines are legal grounds used to end a Philippine marriage and include lack of consent or capacity and lack of marriage requirements, and Psychological Incapacity Annulment among other lesser-known grounds. I’ll go in-depth on the following: What is Annulment in the Philippines? What are the grounds for Annulment in the …

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Small Claims Court COMPLETE Guide Philippines (DIY without a Lawyer and get your money back)

Small Claims Court COMPLETE Guide Philippines (DIY without a Lawyer and get your money back) A small claims court case is a court case you can do yourself so long as the amount you want to claim is Php 400,000 or less. Some common situations are: A contractor fails to complete a contract Someone has …

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