Atty. Francesco C. Britanico received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the Philippines in 2006. He graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management majoring in Communications Technology Management, with a minor in International Business, in 2002.

His legal practice has been in litigation, family law, estate law, property and civil law, labor law, immigration law, administrative law, election law, constitutional law, criminal law, corporate law, and legal compliances.

Atty. Britanico has taught Property Law, Statutory Construction, Political Science and Introduction to Law in the Legal Studies program of the Lyceum of the Philippines University. He has also lectured on Political and Constitutional Law at the same university.

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2018 Guide to Terminating Regularized Employees for the Philippine HR

If you are a HR practitioner in the Philippines, you know that it’s important to be familiar with the laws that regulate employee termination. While the laws grant that there are certain causes that lead to termination, they also protect an employee’s security of tenure. This requires that you know how to balance the needs … Continue reading 2018 Guide to Terminating Regularized Employees for the Philippine HR

Termination due to Illness (Philippines)

Philippine labor law is structured to give full protection to the rights of the workers. Consequently, there are specific, prescribed reasons and processes for validly terminating employment. The discussion below tackles valid termination due to health reasons. Contents Can You Terminate for Health Reasons? What diseases are covered? Certification from a Competent Health Authority Important … Continue reading Termination due to Illness (Philippines)

Annulment (Nullity of Marriage and Psychological Incapacity)

While Filipinos use the term ‘Annulment’ to refer to all cases where marriages are dissolved, the most common method is actually Nullity of Marriage based on Psychological Incapacity. I’ll discuss the timeline, cost, and process for the most commonly used ground for Nullity of Marriage (Psychological Incapacity) to give you an understanding of court requirements. The … Continue reading Annulment (Nullity of Marriage and Psychological Incapacity)

Philippine Estate Taxes 2018

Wondering how Philippine Estate Taxes will impact your inheritance? This post answers those questions as I explain the current 2018 Philippine TRAIN estate taxes and provide sample computations. Contents Estate Tax Introduction What is a gross estate and how is it valued? Allowable Deductions for Citizens Allowable Deductions for Non Resident Aliens Computation Unmarried Decedent, 30M … Continue reading Philippine Estate Taxes 2018

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