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Discussion in '☋ General Chat ☋' started by osodelnorte, Mar 19, 2011.

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    Yes, it will, so long as "separation of property" is checked as regime of the marriage on the marriage registration done by the officiary presiding over the marriage. If you will look on an NSO marriage certificate, there is a checkbox for the regime of marriage, "Have not entered into a marriage settlement" OR "Have entered into a marriage settlement, a copy of which is attached". If the latter is done, whatever the terms of the settlements are, will be the terms that are followed 99% of the time.

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    Actually I started studying law (to get myself out of trouble) over 25 years ago. (And for the record, I DID get myself out of serious trouble WITHOUT a lawyer) It became a hobby, and one which I have enjoyed ever since. It later became more than a hobby, but one which I still enjoy. However, I have no "formal" training.

    It amazes me some of the advice and LEGAL work I've seen done here in the Philippines. Many lawyers here seem to have no scruples whatsoever. They will write any contract and tell anyone anything they think that person wants to hear, in order to get the few peso to write a worthless and illegal contract. Unfortunately, here there is no recourse against them, so they get away with it to do it over and over again.


    When it comes to lawyers here, it is definitely "buyer beware".

    Larry
     
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