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Monday, July 1, 2024

Carla Abellana and Tom Rodriguez are Divorced, Actress Would Prefer Not Having to Do Anything with Him


Video starts at 14:15
Video courtesy of YouTube: GMA Network

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  1. Mga classmate paano sila naging Divorced diba wala pang divorced sa Pinas?

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    1. They got married in the US before their wedding in the Philippines ata

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    2. Tom is US citizen. Since may divorce sa kanila sa US, inacknowledge dito.

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    3. Sa America nag file si Tom dahil American citizen siya. Kahit sa America nag file valid din sa Pilipinas ang divorce nila

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    4. But the Philippines does not honor the US divorce especially since they’re married here too. Under Philippine law, they’re still married until that marriage is annulled. Study the law before you guys comment.

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    5. 1:38 ikaw din mag aral ka din.

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    6. 1:38 marami akong kakilala dito ikinasal Pero nagfile ng Divorce s US, as long as magpasa ng papers s LCR ng para s Cenomar. Simple process lang sya Pero kelangan aprubado na May Cenomar kayo

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    7. Graded ba ito kung maka study the law ka naman. She said she’s divorced. Hayaan nyo na.

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    8. 1:38 am ikaw dpat mag aral. US citizen si Tom kaya khit san pa sila kinasal, ihhonor ung divorce. Unless both of them are Filipinos, even if they get married abroad, they will still be under Philippine lae. Gets mo na?

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    9. 1:38, acceptable sa Philippines ang divorce na galing sa US dahil US citizen si Tom.

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    10. pede ka mag apply ng divorce sa ibang bansa na may divorce. when it is approved, magfafile ng acknowlegement sa Pilipinas.

      This is what happened to my brother, his ex wife applied for divorce sa US.

      This is happening din sa mga Pinoy/Pinay na nagpupunta ng Canada and nakakahanap ng iba.

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    11. 1:38 Tama naman si 11:28, since US citizen si Tom i acknowledge un divorce sa Pilipinas, pero if parehas sila FIlipino Citizen at nagdivorce sila abroad hindi iacknowledge sa Pilipinas un divorce. Study the correct law.

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    12. 1:38 Naku naman Inday gigil mo ko. May audacity ka pang magsabi ng study the law before comment.

      There is no divorce in the Philippines, but when a divorce is validly obtained abroad and initiated by the foreign spouse, the Filipino spouse shall have the capacity to remarry under Philippine law.

      iGoogle mo na lang yang sinabi ko para maliwanagan ang malabo mong pagiisip.

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    13. 1:38 narecognize na nga under foreign divorce decree

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    14. U.S. citizen si Tom. Sya Ang nagfile ng divorce. Sa pagkakaalam ko , pag US citizen ang nag file ( kunyari husband is a US citizen or citizen ng any country where divorce is legal, tapos , Pinay wife) , kahit dito ikinasal sa Pinas, nirerecognize . Kung may church wedding din yun ang mahirap ayusin.

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    15. 1:38 pwede po

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    16. 1:38 hay naku there’s no need for an annulment. Carla just need to file for a Judicial Recognition eto copy paste ko na.

      A foreign divorce between a foreigner and a Filipino can be recognized in the Philippines if it was validly obtained according to the foreign spouse's national law. The Filipino spouse can file a Petition for Recognition of Foreign Divorce with the Regional Trial Court (RTC) in the Philippines.

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    17. There is a legal process called Judical Declaration of Foreign Divorce if one of the parties is not a Filipino or Dual Citizen. Look it up

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    18. 1:38 ikaw ang magaral ng law, Tom is a Us citizen when the divorce decree was issued. recognized sa Pi jurisdiction ung divorce nila thus no need to petition for whatsoever for annulment.

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    19. Regardless where a Filipino marries a foreigner, as long as the law of the foreign spouse allows divorce, the Filipino can enjoy the benefit of divorce here.

      If US Law allows a Filipino spouse of a US Citizen to file divorce, it could still be recognized here.

      Its gravely incorrect to say that divorce cant be had just bacause they are married in the Philippines. In the same vein, it is also incorrect to say that two Filipinos can get married abroad so they can get a divorce later on. The PH law doesn't allow it.

      I hope 1:38 can re-read and update his/her legal knowledge before s/he antagonizes people simply enjoying a gossip site.

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    20. Carla can file recognition of divorce if Tom is a US citizen only, not dual. So kng US citizen lang si Tom, ire recognize lang ng Philippines.

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    21. Eh yun nagbida bida si 1:38 pero mali. Check the case of republic vs manalo in relation to art 26 of the Family Code.

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    22. 1:38 panoorin ang buong interview. Tapos na nga, after divorce sa US nagfile na din sila sa pinas at acknowledge na ng court kaya annulled na.

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    23. 1:38 may p under Philippine law ka pa, mali naman sinasabi mo.

      Art. 26 of the Family Code nagpprovide na divorce may be recognized in the Philippines as long as the divorce will enable the Foreign spouse to remarry. Even 1st year law students know that since 1st year pa lang subject na ang Persons and Family Relations.

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    24. Yung kasal sa US yata ang divorced. Ganun nga ba?

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    25. 1:38 Carla filed for the recognition of the foreign divorce in our court which was granted, kaya free na din sya, Tom is not even required to file the same kasi Philippine laws does not apply to him, at least if he wants to get married again. Ikaw po ang magbasa Ng batas. Foreigners (na may divorce) marrying Filipinos can divorce their spouses regardless kung saan sila ikinasal

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    26. @1:38AM Wrong. It can be honored under Rule 39 of the Rules of Court by filing a Petition to Recognize the foreign decree of divorce.

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    27. 1:38 You're funny. Wag kang magmagaling. You can file in RTC the petition for recognition of divorce if one is a US citizen. You're welcome!

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    28. @1:38AM - “There is no divorce in the Philippines, but when a divorce is validly obtained abroad and initiated by the foreign spouse, the Filipino spouse shall have the capacity to remarry under Philippine law.”

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    29. 138 LOL nagyabang ka pa jan ha. wag kang fake news mamaru. under the PH Law any divorce legally obtained abroad and is recognized by the RTC of the petitioner's place of residence as valid IS ACCEPTED allowing the parties involved to remarry in the Philippines.

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    30. Umm, their foreign divorce can actually be recognized here by filing a petition in court.

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    31. 1:38 Study the law.

      There is such a thing as Petition for Recognition of Foreign Divorce Decree. If non-Filipino citizen ang isa sa mga spouses, pwede ipa recognize dito ang divorce decree obtained abroad by filing such petition. Mas madali sya actually sa annulment and declaration of nullity of marriage basta foreigner ang isa sa spouses and his/her country has divorce law.

      -lawyer


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    32. 1:38 correct

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    33. Tom is an American citizen. He can file a divorce in the US even if they are married here and Carla is a Filipino.

      Any of the parties will just file a petition for recognition of divorce decree here in the Philippines. No need to file a petition for nullity or annulment of marriage.

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    34. Basta US nagpakasal

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    35. 1:38, you can apply for recognition of divorce from another country.

      Study the law deeper. Maybe not called divorce but ang effect, Carla can marry once ma-approve yung apply nia for the recognition nun divorce.

      You can research deeper and you'll learn na madami na ganitong case not only for celebrities.

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    36. 1:38 kung si Tom ay US citizen lng and resident lng dito sa pinas he is considered a foreigner so pwede gamitin ang divorce sa US para ma recognize din dito sa pinas

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    37. I thought the Philippine law would recognize a divorce if one party is a foreigner.

      “Where a marriage between a Filipino citizen and a foreigner is validly celebrated and a divorce is thereafter obtained abroad by the alien spouse capacitating him or her to remarry, the Filipino spouse shall likewise have the capacity to remarry under Philippine law.”

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    38. The divorce decree obtained in the US can be given legal effect in the Philippines by filing a Petition for Recognition of Divorce Decree in the court.

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    39. luh 1:38, bagsak ka ba sa family code/conflict of laws ? haha of course a foreign obtained divorce can be acknowledged under ph law as long as one of the parties is a foreign national with foreign divorce in his country
      it just has to be pleaded and proved

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    40. Dumami ang feeling lawyer haha

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    41. Dami na trigger ni 1:38🀣 may bago din ako natutunan. Salamat!

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    42. 8:03 hindi kame feeling lawyer, kasama talaga sa ibang curriculum ung law. at aware kame sa law dahil applicable samen. mag-aral ka din para hind puro fake news alam mo.

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    43. 1:38 Hahaha that was my case sa ex american husband ko. Petition for recognition ng divorce decree. Ang dali lang ng process at hearing. After 3months meron na ako decision and finality. Remarried na din ako ngayon ( to a pinoy).

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    44. Anon 8:08. You are right. I was married to another Filipino but applied and gotten a divorce from the US. My lawyer said I can get married again in the Philippines and that’s what I did. I married a US citizen and our marriage and my divorce was acknowledged and accepted by the US Embassy.

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  2. Parang si Katy Perry ung nakikita ko saknya 😍

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  3. Ganda ni Carla…

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  4. Sayang hiwalay na sila. Perfectly coupled sila

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    1. "Perfect couple" po dapat

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    2. 1:37 libre mag-Google

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    3. Isa sa pinaka mapait na hiwalayan, pano naging perfect?

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    4. Mag google ka muna te

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    5. 1:37, tama naman yung perfectly coupled. Siguro basa ko pefect coupled kaya mo sia kinorrect.

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  5. So anu un wedding sa Ph bale di registered?

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    1. Tom is an American. Pwede sya magdivorce

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  6. Pwde yon mga accla. Kahit nasa Ibang bansa ka pwde kang magdivorce kung kasal kayo sa Pinas. Yon lang hindi ka pwde magpakasal sa Pinas until maannull ka satin.

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    1. Pwede po dahil valid yunh divorce sa ex spouse na foreigner

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    2. Pwede na magpakasal si Carla. No need for annulment. Recognized by court yung divorce with Tom since US citizen siya

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    3. Tom can remarry, Ph laws does not apply to him. Di lang sya pwede ikasal sa RC kung RC yung kasal nila ni Carla, yan ang need ng Church annulment, pero pwede Ng pwede sya ikasal ulit , civil wedding.

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    4. The Filipino spouse can get married here but foreign divorce must first be recognized by filing a petition in court.

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    5. Divorce kasi married sila sa US prior to the wedding in the Philippines dalawang beses sila nagpakasal

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    6. Yes pede magfile ng divorce kahit nga tourist lang sa Canada. This is what some of our Filipinos are doing so they can marry their foreign bf/gf.

      Hindi din sila
      makakasuhan kasi hindi naman sa Pilipinas na commit yung sin.

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  7. Because of divorce, both can move on na with their lives!

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    1. Di pa annulled yung sa Pinas

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    2. Divorced na nga. Basa basa din 7:11

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    3. Pwede pa din kasi American citizen si Tom. Carla just needs to file something and pwede na din sya pakasal ulit if she wants to. Di na kailangan mg annulment. Read comments above accla.

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    1. Ikr? Sana all. Yung iba kakilala ko nagtitiis sa cheater o deadbeat nilang husbands kasi ang mahal at hirap daw magpa-annul.

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    2. ang sasabihin lang dito sa pilipinas lalo yung mga ayaw sa divorce —kaya mag isip ng mabuti kung magpapakasal. bawal magkamali dito e, wala ka ng chance maitama ang pagkakamali mo

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    3. 1:02 Ang dami nga isang dekada mag-jowa tapos nung ikasal dun lumabas totoong kulay.

      Sana wag nilang i-blame yung mga nakasal bc abusers are hide their true selves really well.

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  9. Kaya pala ang dali ni Carla kumalas.

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  10. Parang ang liit ng Manila para hindi sila magkita and they have the same circle, so… 🀷‍♀️

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    1. 11:54 PM Mas maliit ang GMA Building/compound kesa sa Manila haha.

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    2. LOL eto nanaman yung mga hindi nanood ng video.. dakdak agad mga mars.. ang sabi ni Carla kahit magkita sila she would prefer not to have any interaction with him kahit HI man lang she would rather nod instead of saying HI back. πŸ˜’

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  11. If a Filipino is married to a foreigner whose country recognizes divorce, kung doon mag file ng divorce, i-acknowledge ng Pilipinas yun. So in their case, Tom is a US citizen. There’s divorce in the US, so therefore, recognized dito yun divorce nila.

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    1. And to add Carla just need to file for Judicial Recognition of Divorce since Filipino sya para ma finalize na talaga.

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    2. kung recognize sa Pinas that means Pwede ka ulit magpakasal sa Pinas?

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    3. 12:09, yes. Puwede.

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    4. sa wakas. may nagcomment din ng tama. galing galingan kasi sa taas

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    5. Pwede pala yun kahit sa Pilipinas ikinasal?

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    6. This only applies kung walang filipino citizenship si tom as he can be recognized as a foreigner here in ph. Iba example sa situation ni richard g. na kahit US citizen siya but still holds PH citizenship this cant be applied to him PH Law pa din and annulment pa din

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    7. Yes. Carla can remarry too.

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    8. No. You can't be married in the Philippines, because walang divorce dito and kinasal kayo dito. You still have to file for annulment. Magpakasal ka sa US, puwede, kasi nga divorced is recognized sa kanila and American citizen si Tom. But si Carla need niya mag file for annulment if she wants to get married (again) here.

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    9. WOW 12:47 Ignorance is truly bliss! πŸ˜‚ ayan napapala ng puro tsismis!

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  12. Talagang sinakto ang announcement habang promo period ng show nila hahaah

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    1. True yan. Matagal na silang divorce eh

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    2. Parang bago yan sayo haha

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  13. Penoys doing penoy things again :D :D :D Why even get married , waste all that time and money, and get divorced anyway ;) ;) ;) Just do the shortcut of living together, separate bank accounts, and just live the bf/gf life? :) :) :) And when you get bored, just split like a bf/gf? :D :D :D Isn't that the easiest way of doing things? :) :) :) Thank me later :D :D :D

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    1. I second that!

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    2. Would you rather she waste time in a marriage that will no longer work? Hypocrite.

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    3. ok lang yan kung dalawa lang kayo kaso nagkakaron ng anak kaya nagiging complicated din

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    4. To each his own. Kanya kanyang trip yan. Doesnt mean yours is better than other people's choices

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    5. Yep i second to that talaga esp jan sa pinas! Mas madali at hindi complicated kung mag hiwalay. If may bata wala naman problema arrange it lang yung both rights ng parents. Easy and no headache at all

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    6. 1:52 May headaches yan pagdating sa properties at rights sa legal documents once may mangyari sa partner mo. Hindi ka allowed to get a copy of his/her birth certificate (among other documents), hindi ka allowed to decide if he/she needs to undergo medical treatments (kahit emergency), and legally di ka nga considered na next of kin. So palagi mo dapat katulong yung family nya sa mga ganyang bagay instead na ikaw na mismo ang may say, lalo na if minor ang anak nyo.

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    7. 12:14 Penoy lagi kang kinokontra ng mga Ka-FP ngayon may nag agree syo

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    8. At may chance pang mag audition sa expecially for you.

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    9. 3:46, ang solusyon diyan ay will, living trust, at medical will and last directive.

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  14. lucky carla, pwede siyang mag divorce. paano na ang mga iba sa bansa na gustong kumalas pero di pwede

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  15. Authentic, intelligent, graceful. I love her.

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    1. Talaga ba? Kaya pala di ginamit ang talino sa pagpili ng lalaki tagal magkarelasyon bago nagpakasal di pa nya nakita ang mga red flags

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    2. 715 ewan ko sayo. Ang perfect mo cgro. Ito ang pinakareason ng mga taong ayaw ng divorce, mga feeling perfect. πŸ˜‚

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  16. Enlighten me. Diba married cla sa church dito sa Pinas? If divorced na sila, they can get married as long as hindi sa church until they get an annullment? Ganun ba yun?

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    1. Tom is a foreigner

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    2. Civil church pwede na sila magpakasal ulit, pero Kailangan pa po nila mag-file ng tribunal process o church annulment kung gusto ulit nila maikasal sa simbahan... Katatapos ko lang mag-file ng church annulment dito said US😊

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    3. Carla can’t get married sa Catholic Church kasi walang divorce sa Catholic. Pwede sya magpakasal pero civil wedding. Di ko lang sure sa ibang religion.

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    4. Yes. Civil wedding pwedeng magpakasal ulit. Hindi pwede sa church.

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    5. 6:01 Pwede silang magpakasal ulit sa church, need lang mag file ng tribunal process o church annulment

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    6. Ang tagal nila nag live in tapos kung kelan kinasal na doon pa natauhan si Carla. Ang tindi ng ginawa ni Tom after they got married.

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  17. Tinanong mo ba sya if he wants to have anything to do with you. Tagal nang parang may mali sa babaeng to.

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    1. Excuse me lang ha . Watch your words . You don’t know what happened . And yes I know . But FP won’t approve my post for sure if I am going to spill it .

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    2. @2:04 sige lang post mo lang kung may alam ka talaga. Inuunahan mo naman si FP magdesisyon πŸ˜‚

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    3. 2:04 you don't know anything at all.

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    4. Sus 2:04. Style mo bulok.

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    5. 1237 sinabi na ngang wala na siyang pakialam e, bakit pa siya magtatanong? Ang hina mo.

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  18. So meaning kasal in Pinas is still valid?

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    1. Nope, na acknowledge sa Pinas un divorce since isa sa kanila is US citizen. Ung kasal
      nila sa Pinas is no longer valid.

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  19. "Would Prefer Not Having to Do Anything with Him", grabe mabigat, I really wonder ano ang nagawa ni Tom kay Carla

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    1. Yeap!! That statement is so powerful! Mukhang matindi nga reason.

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    2. Parang Gets ko na base sa mga lumalabas na chismis lately

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    3. I had same sentiments with C when I separated with my daughter’s bio dad. The reason other woman while he was away. When he was caught he turned the table around, kept telling friends that I was the one who cheated. There’s more , whenever he mentioned my name to his friends he used a lot of bad adjectives on me. After that I would prefer not to see him or deal with him in any circumstances. I didn’t allow my daughter grade 2 then to get close to him I tried but he blew it up instead of building a relationship with our daughter he bad mouthed me to her. Plus no financial support. Through prayers, faith and hard work I raised my daughter now she’s 25 and working in a multinational company and graduated magna cumlaude

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  20. Mas kamukha nya pala si Lian Paz kesa kay Marian Rivera

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  21. Congrats Carla! Sana all, mabigyan ng right to get divorced.

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  22. on the process na din ba ang annulment here in Philippines right ? Since kinasal din sila dito? Tama ba?

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    1. They don't need anulment because US citizen si Tom. She just need to file the judicial recognition, it's that easy.

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    2. na acknowledge ung divorce sa Philippines dahil US citizen si Tom

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    3. Tapos na nga daw, acknowledge na ng court.

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    4. Wrong. Divorce is not about venue ng kasal. It’s about citizenship ng kinasal. Whether or not sa ibang bansa pa ikas ang 2 pinoy never irerecognize ang divorce nila sa Pinas if ever they get one.

      On the other hand, kahit sa Pinas magpakasal ang pinoy at foreigner, they can validly be divorced at irerecognize yan sa Pinas.

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    5. Matic yan maapprove dito

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  23. Then stop talking about him.

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    1. If they stop asking her, she will.

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  24. American citizen lang ba si Tom or dual sya?

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  25. In US, they are divorced and can get married there again. While in the Phils, their marriage has to be annulled in order to marry again.

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    1. Nope. Since one party is a US citizen where divorce is recognized, that divorce can also be acknowledged here in the PH. No need for a separate annulment.

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  26. Daming may misconception ng divorce dito.

    Walang divorce sa Pilipinas pero if a Filipino is married to a Foreigner, they can be divorced at irerecognize yan sa Pilipinas kung yung divorce sa bansa nila will enable the foreign spouse to remarry.

    Kahit saang bansa ikasal kung pareho naman Filipino citizen yung kinasal di sila pwede magdivorce.

    Read Art. 26 of the Family Code.

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  27. US citizen si tom. Kahit kasal sila sa Pilipinas, pwede po siyang mag file ng divorce sa US. Ipapa-authorize lang niya sa Pinas. Hindi na kailangang magfile ng annulment. Pwede na sila magpakasal.

    Hindi nga lang pwede sa church unless magfa-file ng tribunal process or church annulment..

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  28. I’m sure may pagkukulang din si Carla but mas grabe ginawa ni Tom For sure na hinde katanggap tanggap If pera yan mapag uusapan yan kasi nababalik yan at kinikita

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  29. I went through the same thing with my first husband. My first husband was a US citizen and I asked him to file for divorce. When I got the divorce papers, I had to file for nullity of marriage based on divorce. Carla will have to do the same. We have to thank Corazon Aquino for that. It used to be that we can't even get an annulment even if the foreigner divorced us, that law was changed under her administration.

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    1. She already did. But not nullity of marriage. Recognition of a Foreign Decree.

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  30. Napakagandang babae... ano kaya nangyari talaga? They were so in love. In a few months. nawala na parang bula!

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  31. Bakit sila naghiwalay?

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  32. I’m happy for her! You don’t have to be with someone who doesn’t appreciate of who you are.

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  33. She’s blooming. Gorgeous face.
    Divorce was definitely the right choice.

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  34. Divorce is a public info in the US. Mag google kayo makikita nyo 5/05/22 filing clark county nevada.

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  35. pag may redflag talaga and non-negotiable sayo, don't proceed with the marriage, no matter how in love you are-as a woman separated from exhusband haha! sakin nga manginginom, iresponsible, mabarkada, but super inlove ako before. ngayon nganga na

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    1. Sometimes masks are only removed after the wedding, unfortunately.

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  36. Good bye green card, Ms. Carla

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    1. AANHIN MO GREEN CARD KUNG RED FLAG KASAMA MO

      MAKA GREEN CARD NAMAN😁😁😁😁😁😁

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    2. Puwede siyang mag-apply on her own. Matagal nga lang bago ma-approve pero makakakuha siya.

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    3. Lol @7:14 as if she needs it..

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  37. Ganda ni carla. Nakta ko sya sa personal liit ng mukha

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  38. Smart din si Tom for not having dual citizenship

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    1. well, kahit naman dual citizen sya, he'd still be able to file for divorce dahil US citizen pa rin sya. He just needs to file it in the US and the courts in the PH will acknowledge it

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    2. 9:33 nope hindi pwede kapag dual citizen siya. Kung may filipino citizenship siya ph law ang mangingibabaw kahit 3 pa citizenship meron siya if isa dyan philippines need pa din ng annulment dito sa pinas. This only applies sa mga "foreigners" meaning walang citizenship dito sa ph

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  39. What if Filipino citizen pa ung asawa during the time of marriage tapos naging naturalized citizen nung nag-ibang bansa at nag-grant ng divorce dun, honored din ba dito?

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    1. Yes, valid din sa Pilipinas iyon dahil hindi na Filipino citizen ang isa noong kumuha ng divorce or annulment sa ibang bansa. Ang tinitingan ay citizenship ng nag-file sa ibang bansa that time.

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    2. There is a Supreme Court decision that recognizes divorce filed by a Filipino citizen in the country of the foreign spouse.

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  40. May divorce pa rin naman sa Pinas. Under Shariah Law. Ang hypocrite at OA lang talaga ng karamihan ng mga bible-thumping Pinoys. Good on Tom and Carla.

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  41. Buti naman. Sinayang lang nila ang oras nila sa isat isa.

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  42. Hindi na pala kailangan ipa sa batas dahil meron ng divorce!

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  43. Mas may iba pang importanteng batas na dapat aprubahan. Kating kati na iba sa divorce law. Tignan mo yan, nagkasawaan agad ang carla at tom pagtapos ng mahabang panahon ayun malayang naghiwalay na.

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