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House Bill 7303 (Absolute Divorce Act)

HB 7303 Divorce Act 2018

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#1 FleurDeLune

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 07:25 PM

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What's your take on this, guys?

 

 

Related links:

 

House approves divorce bill on 3rd reading

Duterte against divorce – Malacañang

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#2 polgazarfarf

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Posted 21 March 2018 - 01:03 AM

Divorce in the Philippines? From what i heard, were-couples need to have an off time together before they can be approved for the divorce...can anyone clarify?

#3 hornydude

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Posted 21 March 2018 - 02:52 AM

anong aasahan niyo mga gms ang presidente niyo, house speaker at senate president. sino pa kayang unang unang makikinabang niyan.



#4 kramenalexis

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Posted 21 March 2018 - 12:50 PM

Something people in power and rich people will abuse. As if poor people can apply for that. This is just for the benefit of selected people and especially by the one who proposed it.

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 12:33 AM

Well its about time for our country to make a change. It's long overdue.



#6 camiar

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 09:16 AM

It doesn't work for me. 

 

I can't divorce my mistress, eh mas high maintenance pa sya kesa sa original.

 

Joke  :D  :D  :D



#7 leandrogz

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 11:02 AM

basa muna bago tanong. 

 

click on these links:

 

http://www.congress....billsresults#17

 

http://www.congress...._17/CR00640.pdf

 

http://www.congress...._17/HBT7303.pdf



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Posted 22 March 2018 - 12:37 PM

Most likely the church will not let this happen.

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 12:57 PM

Ayusin lang nila yung grounds...masyadong mababaw yung iba...parang perpefcto naman masyado hinahanap nilang relasyon para hindi ka ma devorce.



#10 haroots2

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 01:09 PM

Most likely the church will not let this happen.

 

Only the Philippines aside from the Vatican  don't have any divorce law.  It only proves how the church influence the gov't. for centuries.

 

Not sure about the alimony to support the child in our divorce version.  Maybe others can expand.



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Posted 23 March 2018 - 10:41 AM

Only the Vatican and the Philippines have no Divorce Law.  That makes this country resilient and steadfast and in no way a weakling. We are taking the road less travelled. There are laws on Separation, Annulment and polygamy, however.  Those who have multiple partners care not to get married since that will be wrongful and illegal. A lot do not marry and have children out of wedlock.  Thus with or without Divorce, marriages can be nullified or voided if not avoided - so creating a Divorce Law will have little impact.

 

Most likely the church will not let this happen.

 

That is due to the amount of Filipino faithfuls. It is nothing to be ashamed about or confused as a social weakness. 



#12 jacuzzi

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Posted 24 March 2018 - 03:20 AM

Something people in power and rich people will abuse. As if poor people can apply for that. This is just for the benefit of selected people and especially by the one who proposed it.

The abuse can also be done by any unscrupulous individual who take marriage vows and then file for divorce soon after to claim conjugal property which includes household income. The main target victims can be yuppies who got above average pay scale and work in large corporations.

 

The problem is it has removed the sanctity of marriage vows and uses the institution of this vow to create instant welfare insurance.  The State sponsors the absence of responsibility in taking a vow that either party has no intention to keep. Some make a career out of this and it is not unusual for a pretty female or a stud of a male to have multiple "till death do us part" promises that they do not bother to keep because there is legal divorce. At least in Legal Separation, the State needs proof of reason like irreconcilable differences before legal separation is granted.

 

Whereas in divorce, the procedure simply requires intention not to keep the vow previously taken. Divorce can completely skip the establishment a legitimate reason and proceed with the State allowing both parties to take another marriage vow, if they so wish.   



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Posted 24 March 2018 - 08:33 AM

The abuse can also be done by any unscrupulous individual who take marriage vows and then file for divorce soon after to claim conjugal property which includes household income. The main target victims can be yuppies who got above average pay scale and work in large corporations.

 

The problem is it has removed the sanctity of marriage vows and uses the institution of this vow to create instant welfare insurance.  The State sponsors the absence of responsibility in taking a vow that either party has no intention to keep. Some make a career out of this and it is not unusual for a pretty female or a stud of a male to have multiple "till death do us part" promises that they do not bother to keep because there is legal divorce. At least in Legal Separation, the State needs proof of reason like irreconcilable differences before legal separation is granted.

 

Whereas in divorce, the procedure simply requires intention not to keep the vow previously taken. Divorce can completely skip the establishment a legitimate reason and proceed with the State allowing both parties to take another marriage vow, if they so wish.   

 

Always have Prenuptial Agreement before marriage to protect your properties and assets from the 50/50% split in case your marriage doesn't work. If he/she doesn't sign, then don't get married because its a trap hahaha



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Posted 24 March 2018 - 11:50 AM

 

Always have Prenuptial Agreement before marriage to protect your properties and assets from the 50/50% split in case your marriage doesn't work. If he/she doesn't sign, then don't get married because its a trap hahaha

Filipinos are scattered around the world and there is no stopping them from taking vows overseas where Divorce is legal. The thing is if the only reason for the Divorce Bill is everyone except us has it, then it is a weak excuse. Think of it the other way around. Maybe people seriously in love will come to the country to get married since there is no Divorce law here.

 

 

Responsibility will not be removed if there is no Divorce Law. Those born out of wedlock can still file/claim paternity suit. There are DNA tests to establish links and Congress should be focusing on a Paternity Law rather than Divorce. Divorce may encourage irresponsible behavior which may run counter to what the State ought to be doing.  The State should protect the Family Institution since we are a poor country and the family remains the most stable welfare institution. People just do not realize this but President Duterte is deeply respected worldwide for pointing this out.



#15 camiar

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 08:29 AM

So what if the Philippines is the only country without a divorce law?

 

Is the Philippine society suffering because of it? Has the strength of our family bonds deteriorated because of it? No! In fact statistically, the strength of family bonds is stronger in the Philippines compared to many of the countries who allow divorce, including the USA.

 

Why don't we just keep on educating the couples contemplating on marriage about the responsibilities in keeping the sanctity of their marriage despite the problems and conflicts they will surely encounter in the future?



#16 will robie

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 12:08 PM

Most likely the church will not let this happen.

The church does not make laws so this is not in the control of the church. 



#17 camiar

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 01:20 PM

The church does not make laws so this is not in the control of the church. 

In fairness to the Catholic Church, they will campaign against it using rational reasoning, citing research data, sociological studies, and bible teachings to convince you that divorce is not the answer to marital problems.



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Posted 25 March 2018 - 01:21 PM

In fairness to the Catholic Church, they will campaign against it using rational reasoning, citing research data, sociological studies, and bible teachings to convince you that divorce is not the answer to marital problems.

They don't have control, however, of both houses of congress. 



#19 camiar

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 01:56 PM

They don't have control, however, of both houses of congress. 

It will be an uphill battle for the Church to fight this bill.

 

The church is fighting it to preserve the strength and integrity of the natural primary  and fundamental unit of our society -- the family.

 

The congressmen are pushing it to get votes from the younger generation who have developed the taste for uncommitted relationships. 


Edited by camiar, 25 March 2018 - 01:58 PM.


#20 superseeker

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Posted 27 March 2018 - 08:16 AM

Family planning muna sana ang tutukan bago magpasa ng divorce.






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