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Rachel Ramos-Abadiano, Contributor
January 27, 2012

4 Things You Should Know before You Say "I Do"

A lawyer tells you all about marriage in a legal setting in the Philippines. By Rachel Ramos-Abadiano
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Are you and your man thinking of getting married? Before you make your vows at the altar, take some time to look at marriage from a legal point of view. This way, you'll be better equipped to navigate your life post-marriage.

So just how does marriage go in a Philippine legal setting? Lawyer Rachel Ramos-Abadiano shares some fast facts below.

For more on weddings, check out these articles:

(First published as "Before You Say 'I Do'" in Good Housekeeping in May 2009; adapted for use in Female Network)

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    Okay boss. But I'm already married! :D
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