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Who can file the annulment case in the Philippines?

Either party can file the case.

In case you’ll use psychological incapacity as the ground for annulment, for example, you may file the case even if you’re the one who has the psychological incapacity and not your spouse.

There will be an evaluation of a psychologist and the findings could either be you, your spouse, or both of you are psychologically incapacitated.

The result of the evaluation will determine the direction of the case, not who between you and your spouse filed it.

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