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Has anybody dealt with getting an annulment in the Philippines? I've heard anywhere from 1 year to 4 years. But in some cases I've heard 6 to 8 months. I'm trying to figure out if some of the info I received can be somewhat verified. First... Does money actually speed up the process as I've read several times? And second is there a place in the Philippines that may be faster than other places? Right now we're planning on filing in Manila. But was just informed of another city that takes half the time. Any truth to this? Thanks!

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Has anybody dealt with getting an annulment in the Philippines? I've heard anywhere from 1 year to 4 years. But in some cases I've heard 6 to 8 months. I'm trying to figure out if some of the info I received can be somewhat verified. First... Does money actually speed up the process as I've read several times? And second is there a place in the Philippines that may be faster than other places? Right now we're planning on filing in Manila. But was just informed of another city that takes half the time. Any truth to this? Thanks!

You should've posted on the Philippines regional sub forum. You will get a better answer there.


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Two years and a few hundred thousand pesos is what I read quite often.


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Lost My Mind!, on 19 Aug 2014 - 05:57 AM, said:

Has anybody dealt with getting an annulment in the Philippines? Yes I've heard anywhere from 1 year to 4 years. It can take that long but, I have heard from others that did it in a shorter amount of time. Their case is out of the norm wink wink. But in some cases I've heard 6 to 8 months. Yes but closer to the 1-2 year time frame. I'm trying to figure out if some of the info I received can be somewhat verified. First... Does money actually speed up the process as I've read several times? Yes it can help but I don't recommend it unless your are in a "pinch" and you can verify to the legitimacy of the lawyer and that he can get results. I have heard of some who have been taken to the cleaners. And second is there a place in the Philippines that may be faster than other places? Yes and no. But the annulment must be completed in the town where the marriage took place. My memory sometimes fails me so research that bit of information. Right now we're planning on filing in Manila. But was just informed of another city that takes half the time. Any truth to this? Thanks!

The best way to find a lawyer for doing your annulment is through friends, family or befriend someone at the courthouse and ask; Is there a lawyer that does annulments that you would recommend. Does he or she have a good success rate? How much can I expect to pay for the processing and lawyer fees? Typically what can I expect as far as processing time?

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