Psychological incapacity and proving it in court

Para sa mga nangangailangan. LOL!

Lawyers in the Philippines

Contents

Defining psychological incapacity
Guidelines for determining psychological incapacity
Example of psychological incapacity
Example of a case denying psychological incapacity

Marriage is a peculiar institution in the Philippines, the only country on earth in which there is still no general law on divorce.[1] It is a constitutionally protected institution. Any legal assault on a marriage must hurdle Sections 1 and 2 of Article XV of the Constitution, which provide that,

“The State recognizes the Filipino family as the foundation of the nation. Accordingly, it shall strengthen its solidarity and actively promote its total development.”

and

“Marriage, as an inviolable social institution, is the foundation of the family and shall be protected by the State.”

Anyone who seeks to legally dissolve a marriage in the Philippines has her work cut out for her.

Lacking divorce, married persons who seek to dissolve their union here often resort to a petition for…

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