Annulment is a legal process that terminates a marriage. In Cebu, the process for annulment can be a long and complicated one. The process typically involves hiring a lawyer who specializes in family law and attending several court hearings.
To start the annulment process, one of the spouses must file a petition for annulment with the Regional Trial Court. The petition must be accompanied by supporting evidence, such as documents and testimonies that prove that the marriage is invalid or voidable.
The court will then issue a summons to the other spouse, who must respond within a certain period of time. If the other spouse fails to respond, the court may proceed with the annulment process ex parte, which means that the annulment will be granted without their participation.
If both spouses participate in the annulment process, there may be several court hearings where evidence is presented and arguments are made. The court will then decide whether or not to grant the annulment.
If the annulment is granted, the marriage is considered null and void. This means that it is as if the marriage never existed in the eyes of the law. However, it is important to note that an annulment does not automatically dissolve property or custody arrangements that were made during the marriage. These issues must be dealt with separately in court.
If you are considering annulment in Cebu, it is important to seek the advice of a qualified lawyer who can guide you through the process. Yehro Cebu City can help connect you with local lawyers who specialize in family law and can assist you with your annulment case.
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