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House Bill 7303 - “An Act Instituting Absolute Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage in the Philippines.”


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    Default House Bill 7303 - “An Act Instituting Absolute Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage in the Philippines.”


    House approves divorce bill on 3rd and final reading



    The House of Representatives on Monday approved on third and final reading a bill which seeks to legalize absolute divorce and dissolution of marriage in the country.

    Voting 134 for and 57 against, with two abstaining, the lawmakers approved House Bill No. 7303 – “An Act Instituting Absolute Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage in the Philippines.”



    The House of Representatives on Monday approved on third and final reading a bill which seeks to legalize absolute divorce and dissolution of marriage in the country.

    Voting 134 for and 57 against, with two abstaining, the lawmakers approved House Bill No. 7303 – “An Act Instituting Absolute Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage in the Philippines.”

    The House started its period of debate and interpellation on the proposed measure last March 12 and approved it on second reading two days after.

    The bill seeks to provide spouses in “irremediably failed marriages” to secure an absolute divorce decree under limited grounds, to protect children from pain and stress resulting from their parents’ marital problems, and to grant divorced spouses to marry again.

    Grounds for an absolute divorce include the following:
    - reasons stated under legal separation and annulment under the Family Code of the Philippines
    - separation in fact for at least five years
    - legal separation by judicial decree for at least two years
    - psychological incapacity
    - gender reassignment surgery
    - irreconcilable differences
    - joint petition of spouses


    The bill also provides for a mandatory six-month cooling-off period for petitioner spouses, and also recognizes the reconciliation of the spouses through a joint manifesto under oath submitted to the court.

    The bill will then be submitted to Senate. Some members of the upper Chamber had already expressed opposition to the divorce bill.

    President Rodrigo Duterte is also against the divorce bill, saying it would be bad for children of separated parents.


    House approves divorce bill on 3rd and final reading | Inquirer News
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    long overdue, but atleast naa nay hope.

    maglagot lge ko nga gamiton ang bata as grounds pra i-discourage ni. nganong pugson kung wla na gyud. and responsibilidad mn dapat nas couple, silay mu lead sa transition process pra d makurat ang bata.

    i can somehow empathize nga dli lalim ky akong cousin naa ana nga sitwasyon years back. karon pariwara gihapon. just cause the father was never given the chance nga madunggan iyang side miskan kapila na ni reach out.
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    pabor ko aning divorce. ako kay gikan ko broken family pero pabor ko aning divorse pero dapat ila protektahan ang bata.

    sakto si digong regarding sa iyang apprehension sa law. dapat ma revise pud ang family code if mahimo ni nga law. kay dapat ang ginikanan dapat liable gihapon sa welfare sa bata especially sa education ug uban pang finances. luoy kaayo ang mga bata nga pasagdan nalang sa amahan inig kahuman sa buwag. dapat makiha ang mga pabaya nga ginikanan.

    ug usa pa, dapat ang kanang mga laki nga makabuntis ug babaye nga dili niya panagutan dapat ma priso na. revise pud dapat ang family code para ana.

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    final reading na gyud cya. mau unta ma law na gyud ni.


    dba ingon sila na kita ra daw ug ang vatican ang walay divorce law ?? pero ang atong mga senators ( former ) Revilla perting daghana ug anak hypokrito lang gyud sa pilipinas
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    mao na jud ni.......... mo ingon si Juan....."Dli na lng ko pakasal k mahal ang gasto para mag pa divorce" nyahahahah

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    kani ang nindot oh

    - joint petition of spouses

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    I am also in favor of this.... dapat sad unta naa probationary period, kanang mag live in lang sa to see if okay ba jud then if both parties kay magkasinabot di go na sa kasalang pang forever nila... atleast they can still think and sabot about the support sa bata..

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    Quote Originally Posted by neversaydie View Post
    I am also in favor of this.... dapat sad unta naa probationary period, kanang mag live in lang sa to see if okay ba jud then if both parties kay magkasinabot di go na sa kasalang pang forever nila... atleast they can still think and sabot about the support sa bata..
    that's good.

    but since it's called --- MARRIAGE CONTRACT ... it should be the same as any other contract. Renewable with conditions. Like, if you'll get married this year 2018, after two years, you'll be asked by a judge whether to continue with your contract or revocation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marius View Post
    that's good.

    but since it's called --- MARRIAGE CONTRACT ... it should be the same as any other contract. Renewable with conditions. Like, if you'll get married this year 2018, after two years, you'll be asked by a judge whether to continue with your contract or revocation.
    I agree.. atleast lang naman naay tay choice.... we only live once unya dili pajud ta malipayon if ever bati na marriage atung nasudlan. I am personally waiting for this hahaha

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    Daghana nanggawas hypocrites pagbalita ani oi. Sabay quote dayon bible verses. Magkatawa nalang ta.

    Daghan kaayo self-righteous uber religious people supak ani kay "luoy daw ang mga anak" if mabuwag ang parents. But dili ba mas luoy if ang mga anak mudako in a dysfunctional family?

    Naa pud uban muingon na ang kasal sagrado. Na whatever comes your way ayohon gyud ninyo kay nisumpa lage daw sa atubangan sa altar. Blah blah blah. Gihimo na kang punching bag sa imung bana, fix gihapon? Nangabit na imu asawa, fix pa din? Jusko.

    Sayon kaayo para sa uban musulti na supak sila aning divorce law kay mao ni, mao na pero wala nila huna-hunaa ang kahimtang sa mga lalaki ug babai na nag-antos og abuso kay wala sila'y way to get away from their bad marriages. Tsk tsk.

    Maynta mahimo gyud ni na law. Isaka na ra ba ni sa senado. Number 1 nisupak si Pacquiao.
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