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Discussion in 'Relationship Advice' started by jayson, Apr 12, 2017.
You have some far reaching decisions to make, good luck.
Hi, just thought I would post a quick update... My partner has seemingly succeeded in convincing her husband in the futility of trying to have us sent to jail, and has also, with a lot of help from family and friends been able to get a promise of cooperation on his part regarding an annulment of their marriage.. So success all round.. I shall start another thread, but just mentioned here as well... does anyone have any advice or info or personal experiences which may aid me in my next task of starting the annulment process?
That's a good progress indeed. Hope that continues. I'm sure others will help you with the annulment process. Best of luck
There are indeed others who have/are going through the process as Brom stated. Sounds like a good resolution and hope he holds good to his promise for all concerned
Thanks. Yes, we have gone from last week worrying about the police turning up at our door, to me receiving messages from him on my facebook messenger (the first real contact we have ever had with each other). He has been polite and friendly, given a small account of his reasons for his change of heart, thanked me for taking good care of his kids, and offered all the help he can in assisting us in the annulment.. Amazing what a bit of diplomacy can do, if all is as it seems to be on the surface
All sounds good.....but keep your guard up you never know
my wife got an annulment in 2015. it took almost 15 months and cost me £2000.
Does location make a difference in time and costs? We live in Lucena, but if it would be cheaper or faster to go through the process in Manila, we could travel...Does any one have any recommendations on Lawyers? And any hints or tips on how to spot a lawyer who may not be on the level?