Real Estate in the Philippines for Mr. Foreigner

There’s no question that the Philippines is one of the destinations of choice among foreigners who wish to retire and be merry; and in recent time, for long-term business and even education. In other words, many foreigners make the Philippines, their home away from home. And what better way to cement this objective than to […]

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This is for my Yaya

Republic Act No. 10361, also known as the ‘Domestic Workers Act’ or ‘Batas Kasambahay’ was signed into law on 18 January 2013 by President Benigno S. Aquino III; and the same became enforceable on 04 June 2013 or fifteen (15) days after the publication of its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) on 19 May 2014 […]

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How to Avoid Inheritance Tax

Just don’t pay! It is as simple as that. This is what most Filipinos do anyway, right? Up until the time comes when the lone heir finally wants to sell the ancestral house, the vintage Mercedes Benz, or probably the farm in Batangas. Or stated differently, when the once so amiable co-heir, who married the […]

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Rape: Where Do You Draw the Line?

Apt to the present controversy affecting a famous actor-comedian, this article is begging to be written. As a factual backdrop, the actor-comedian was mauled by a group of men to allegedly effect a citizen’s arrest. Apparently, this band witnessed first-hand the crime of attempted rape against a 22-year old model in the latter’s own posh […]

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Which is Which: Annulment or Nullity?

In our jurisdiction, “a-n-n-u-l-m-e-n-t” is the most abused word relative to talks and gossips about marital separation. It seems that the Filipino culture has adopted the same to simply mean the judicial dissolution of a marriage. Although this may be a rather acceptable definition, I submit that such will never pass judicial scrutiny; especially if […]

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