A blog describe the Filipina Domestic Helper lifestyle abroad

Show sacrifices with their families. They are called modern day heroes. But some of them give shame to their family and country. The purpose of this blog is to strengthen the family ties. Detailed family laws to learn basic obligation of couples as guide for better relationship of marriage. Which is a special contract, permanent union, enter into in accordance with law

Prob.12:4 A wife of noble character is her husband's crown, but a disgraceful wife is like decay in his bones.

FILIPINA DOMESTIC HELPER ABROAD

This blog describe the lives of Filipina Domestic Helper Abroad or in foreign country. Where they work as Domestic Helper. This will expound their family life, love, employer, work, lifestyle, gossip and scandalized lives

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DOMESTIC HELPER FAMILY

Here you can describe how Filipina lives abroad. That really sacrifice due to homesickness to their family and loves one

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DOMESTIC HELPER JOBS

Here you can see how domestic helper jobs abroad. They are doing this for their family. It's hard to go work abroad but needed due to no work provided by the Philippine Government to it's citizen

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DOMESTIC HELPER LIFESTYLE

You can see how domestic helper lifestyle abroad. They are associated in one place to talk about their lives, love and work

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DOMESTIC HELPER SCANDAL

Here you know how domestic helper being scandalized by foreign and or cheating their husband and or wife when they go away

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Just You Episode 14 Eng Sub

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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Right of the neglected spouse

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When either of spouse neglecting his or her duties to the conjugal union or either spouse committing acts which tends to bring danger, dishonor, or injury to the other or to the family. The aggrieved party may apply to the court... Art. 72 of the family code

What injury or dishonor contemplated by the article?

This is not economic or financial injury but physical, moral, emotional or psychological

1. If wife spend all her times at the casino, tong-its, mahjong table or having an affairs to other men not her husband...
2. If the husband keeps on drinking alcohol, drugs, and beating his wife or having an affairs to other women

On this cases; the court may admonish or injunction order to the guilty spouse or even threaten him or her with contempt of court if he or she refuse to heed the court order...

"Foolish people don't care if they sin but good people want to be forgiven"

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Rights and obligations between husband and wife

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Under Art. 68 of the family code. It provides the rights and obligation of husband and wife that must prosper.

The husband and wife are oblige to live together, observe mutual love, respect and fidelity, and render mutual help and support.

Duty to live together

The duty to live together includes cohabitation or consurtium and sexual intercourse. The wife may refuse to have sexual intercourse with the husband if he resort to abnormal or perverse practices.

If the husband forces the wife to have sexual intercourse with him against her will, he maybe charged with coercion.

Duty to observe mutual love, respect and fidelity

These duties are personal to the spouses and go into their intimate relations, so that they must be performed voluntarily by them. However, some consequences of such duties are the following:

The unfaithful spouse may be charged criminally with adultery in the case of the wife or of concubinage in the case of the husband.

If one of the spouse commits acts which tend to bring the danger, dishonor, or injury to the other, the aggrieved spouse may apply to the court for relief...

"Those who bring trouble on their families will have nothing at the end"

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Monday, August 15, 2011

A wife was pregnant by another man

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Under the family code; when a wife was pregnant by another man. The family code distinguished as a serious fraud. Because the wife breaking the essence of marriage. Where the most important objects of marriage is procreation of children, and "a husband has the right to require that his wife shall not bear to his bed aliens to his blood and lineage"

But when the wife is already pregnant at the time of the marriage. The husband can no longer invoke fraud as the case maybe.

The fact that the wife was formerly a prostitute or has delivered a child by another man before her marriage does not constitute fraud and a ground for annulment of marriage...for it is not included in Art. 46 paragraph 2.

It is advisable for the husband to investigated his wife's background before he married her

Under Art. 46 of the family code
"A good man is hard to find"

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Monday, July 11, 2011

Kinds of Bigamous Marriages

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There are two kinds of bigamous marriages namely:
1. The void bigamous marriage, which is contracted by a person during the subsitence of his or her previous marriage. Here, the good faith of the party who marries again is immaterial; the second marriage would still be void.

On the other hand, the person who marries again in bad faith is even criminally liable for bigamy; and
2. The voidable bigamous marriage, which is contracted by a person whose spouse has been absent for four consecutive years or two years, said person having well-founded belief that his or her spouse was already dead, and after having the latter judicially declared presumptively dead in a summary proceeding as provided by law

For not criminally liable at the second paragraph. The present spouse must first ask for a declaration of presumptive of death of the absent spouse in order not to be guilty of bigammy in case he or she marries again.

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Saturday, July 9, 2011

Understanding declaration of absolute nullity

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In the Philippines, divorce is a heated arguments in congress. But many are opposed about the passage of the bills, due to public policy concern and morality. Even do divorce is not allow in the Philippines, there's a law concerning marriage settlement. This law is under the family which the purpose is to strengthen family relation and protect the family and it's concern.

But couples want to distract the sanctity of marriage and still want to get involve into an illicit relationship to others not their wife or their husband and when they caught doing such adulterous and concubine acts. To justify their wrong doing, they strongly denies such allegation.

Many couples are suffered physically and mentally abuse from their husband or wives who corrupt their innocent minds.

Due to those events. law makers set a remedy to counter divorce. The remedy for those irreconcilable quarrels, abuse, or in effect of psychological incapacity. Husband any wife may file a legal separation if they want to cool off or file a declaration of absolute nullity.

Under art. 37 of the Family code, set the rules: The action or defense for the declaration of absolute nullity of a marriage shall not prescribe. However, in the case of marriage celebration before the effectivity of this code and falling under Art. 36, such actions or defense prescribe in ten years after this code shall have taken effect.


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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Marriage are Void for reasons of Public Policy

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Before we continue to this article. Need to clarify first what is public policy means - Public policy a principle that no person or government official can legally perform an act that tends to injure the public.
This policy applies under art. 38 of the family code. Where the following marriages shall be void from the beginning for reasons of public policy:
1. Between collateral blood relatives, whether legitimate or illegitimate, up to the fourth civil degree;

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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Incestuous Marriages are Void from the beginning

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Marriages between the following are incestuous and void from the beginning, whether the relationship between the parties are legitimate or illegitimate:
1. Between Ascendants and descentants of any degree: and
2. Between brothers and sisters, whether of the full-or half-blood.

Incestuous marriages are universally or almost universally considered immoral and void as they contravene human nature, degrade the family, and offend decency and morals...

"Those bring trouble on their families will have nothing at the end"

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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Matrimonial Consent

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Under Art. 36 Of the Family Code; A marriage by any party who, at the time of the celebration, was psychologically incapacitated to comply with the essential marital obligations of marriage, shall likewise be void even if such incapacity becomes manifest only after its solemnization.

To be cleared, this provision is apply for those contracting parties and the solemnizing officer or authorities.

The purpose is to make sure the contracting parties has complete discretionary judgment concerning the essential matrimonial rights and obligation to be mutually accepted. Because it is useless for both parties to engage in a relationship which lack of sufficient knowledge and cannot perform the essentials obligation of husband and wife.

"Prob. 11: 29 Those who bring trouble on their families will have nothing at the end."

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Friday, July 1, 2011

Void and Voidable Marriages

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This article clarifies marriages which is not valid due to the following reasons:
1. Contract by parties below 18 years of ages.
2. Solemnized by person with no authority
3. Solemnized without a Marriages License
4. Bigamous or Polygamous Marriage
5. Contracted through mistake of one party as to identity of the other

Source Art. 35 of the Family Code of the Philippines

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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Exceptional Marriage

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This refers to "marriages exempt from the license requirement" which provide under Art. 27 of the Family Code...says: In case either or both of the contracting parties are at the point of death, the marriage maybe solemnized without the necessity of marriage license and shall remain valid even if the ailing party subsequently survives.

Articulo Mortis
The marriage referred to in this Article is the marriage in articulo mortis; i.e., or both of the contracting parties are dying or at the point of death. In such case, there is no need for marriage license because obviously, the dying party would already be dead by the time the license is issued.

What happens if the parties are survives from the point of death?
Under Art. 72 of the civil code, which is the source of the article. Provides that the marriage remains valid even if the ailing or dying party survives or does not dies.

"Corinthian 11:7 A man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God; but the woman is the glory of man."


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Monday, June 27, 2011

Foreign Marriages of Filipinos

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Under this Articles provide that all marriages solemnized outside the Philippines in accordance with laws in force in the country where they were solemnized and valid there as such, shall also be valid in this country (Philippines), except those prohibited under art.35, 36, 37 and 38 of the code.

Where a marriage between a Filipino citizen and a foreigner is validly celebrated and a divorce is thereafter validly obtained abroad by the alien spouse capacitating him or her to remarry, the Filipino spouse shall likewise have capacity to remarry under Philippines law..E.O No. 227 dated July 17, 1987...art. 26

This rule applies lex loci celebrationis


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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Foreigner to get marriage in the Philippines

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This is a question arise when I have a conversation with someone in facebook. So I prefer to publicly details about it. Under Art. 21. of the family code...state that when either or both of the contracting parties are citizens of a foreign country, it shall be necessary for them before a marriage license can be obtained, to submit a certificate of legal capacity to contract marriage, issued by their respective diplomatic or consular officials...

Stateless person or refugees from other countries shall in lieu of the certificate of legal capacity herein required, submit an affidavit stating the circumstances showing such capacity to contract marriage...

1. The capacity of a foreigner to get married in the Philippines is governed by his national law, a foreign law, so that our government offices and courts cannot take judicial notice of said law.
Hence, if he applies for a marriage license to be able to get married in the Philippines, he is required to present a certificate of legal capacity to contract marriage from the embassy or consular office of his country in the Philippines, since they are one know the national law of said foreign and whether he has capacity to marry under the law...

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Requirement for marriage if both parties previously married

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There are cases that some persons get marriage twice due to some reason. In this particular cases; the law provide the requirements to be completed before the contracting parties to get marriage.

Under Art. 13., of the code. In case either of the contracting parties has been previously married, the applicant shall be required to furnish, instead of the birth or baptismal certificate in the last preceding article, the death certificate of the deceased spouse or judicial decree of the absolute divorce, or the judicial decree of annulment or declaration of nullity of his or her previous marriage. In case the death certificate cannot be secured, the party shall make an affidavit setting forth this circumstances and his or her actual civil status and the name and date of death of the deceased spouse

If the death certificate of one's spouse cannot be presented. The parties can execute an affidavit stating the facts of the death of his or her spouse.

If the applicant has had a marriage that had been annulled or declared null and void. He or she must present the judicial decision of the court.

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