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Reprobate of wills in the Philippines

Reprobate of wills in the Philippines

Philippine law requires that a will must be proved and allowed by the proper court in order for it to pass real or personal property.[1] This means that all wills must go through probate in order for them to transfer property from...

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2019 Philippine Divorce Bill Update

2019 Philippine Divorce Bill Update

Today, I talk all about the Philippine Divorce Bill. I discuss the current status of the bill. I also provide an in-depth look at the differences between the two versions now filed. Lastly, I discuss current options available to d...

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12 FAQs Divorce in the Philippines

12 FAQs Divorce in the Philippines

In our family law practice, probably the most frequently asked question is whether or not there is divorce in the Philippines. The Philippines has no divorce except for among Muslims and when a Filipino is divorced from a foreign...

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Conjugal Property

Conjugal Property

Conjugal property is property that belongs to both spouses. When you marry, part or all of your property becomes conjugal property. Part or all of your spouse’s property also becomes conjugal property. Conjugal property can be...

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