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What You Need to Know About Annulment and Psychological Incapacity

Fact is, there is no divorce in the Philippines, which makes annulment as the only legal option is estranged spouses wanted to separate ways. But before you file for an annulment, spouses should cite a ground for annulment before the court hear and try their case. One of the most common grounds is psychological incapacity. Read more about What You Need to Know About Annulment and Psychological Incapacity[…]

How to Emotionally Prepare For Annulment?

Annulment is a hard decision. And once you decided, you need to make lots of emotional preparations. It is easy to say that you are ready to face your estranged spouse, legally end your marriage and to never see each other again. Never ever. However, the process of annulment and the finality of the decision Read more about How to Emotionally Prepare For Annulment?[…]

Annulment Tips: How to Prepare Financially

One of the foremost consideration when deciding for an annulment is the cost, which could practically run from PHP200,000 to PHP300,000 to cover mostly the professional fees of the lawyer and experts. Apart from this, there are other spendings or cost that you need to prepare like transportation, meals and other incidentals going to and Read more about Annulment Tips: How to Prepare Financially[…]

Job Hiring: Legal Secretary

Montano Flamiano and Associates Law is in need of a Legal Secretary with the following qualifications: Minimum 1 year job experience in a law firm holding said position; College graduate; Excellent written and communication skills; Computer literate (Word, Excel, Powerpoint); Team player Can draft basic pleadings Please email your resume to atty_joflam@mflawyers.com

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Making Holiday Custody Schedule Easy For Your Kids

As it is hard for the estranged couples to spend holidays apart from each other, it is even harder for your kids, especially if it is their first time to spend holidays after the annulment process. So, to make the holidays still meaningful and happy for your kids, first try to be friends or be Read more about Making Holiday Custody Schedule Easy For Your Kids[…]

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Ways To Enjoy The Holidays Even During Annulment

Some parents dread the coming holidays, especially if it will be their first time spending it without their estranged better half.  But parents know that they need to do good and still make the holidays special and enjoyable for the sake of their kids. So, even though the annulment process is ongoing, you can still Read more about Ways To Enjoy The Holidays Even During Annulment[…]

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Managing Annulment During the Holidays

Stress and emotional pain of annulment can be felt three or even ten folds during the holidays. But estranged couple should be wary that the difficulty to cope is not just felt by the former couple alone since it also affects children to a varying degree. Hence, managing of annulment is not just for the Read more about Managing Annulment During the Holidays[…]

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How to Make Holiday Shared Custody Work

Holiday shared custody Christmas holidays is a much anticipated celebration. Well, for most families anyway. For some, however, the holidays is a dreaded event for the estranged husband and wife, especially their kids. The stress level is even higher if the annulment is still on process during the supposedly happy times. So, is there a Read more about How to Make Holiday Shared Custody Work[…]

How to look for the best family lawyers in Manila?

It is already unnerving to go through the annulment process. For most, it brings numerous sleepless nights and anxiety, especially on the emotional and financial fronts. It is more stressful if your annulment case landed up in the hands of a wrong annulment lawyer. But how do you look for the best family lawyers in Read more about How to look for the best family lawyers in Manila?[…]

Understanding Solo Parents Act in the Philippines

Data from the Philippine National Statistics Office (NSO) revealed that there about 14 million solo parents as of 2015.  With this, the passing of Republic Act 8972 or otherwise known as Solo Parents Act in the Philippines or Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000 makes solo parenting easier and little bearable. Hence, solo parents who Read more about Understanding Solo Parents Act in the Philippines[…]