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My lawyer suggested I try to have both of us declared psychologically incapacitated to double the chances of success, but I refused.
I was afraid such a designation would damage my chances of getting a job or custody of my daughter.“Don’t worry.
I was 28 when I left my husband, 29 when I finally decided—against my family’s wishes and without their support—to file for annulment. And on the phone that day, I felt like the oldest 33-year-old in the world.* * *Under Philippine law, two people wishing to end their marriage have limited options.It’s just a term to justify your petition,” my lawyer assured me, echoing the two other lawyers I had consulted before her.(I wanted a second opinion.) They all gave me some variation on: “It’s just the Philippine version of ‘irreconcilable differences.’”But making such a claim is not an innocuous formality.Or they can get an annulment, which in the Philippines is a lengthy and expensive court proceeding.(An ecclesiastical annulment, granted through a Church tribunal, is a separate procedure, without which a Catholic cannot get remarried in the Church.