An application may be made to the family court, either by the husband or by the wife within 5 years of the date on which the substance of the rupture of the body occurred. We have been separated because of repeated physical abuse and he does not provide enough support to our children when he is drunk, he even forces me to sleep with him To some extent, he has also adorned my work many times. It`s that I`m so afraid of Him, He knows it`s my weakness, and it`s my job and my children. I am a mother who works at home as a tutor at home, I was able to take care of my work. There are times when we fight together, sometimes it always beats and interrupted my internet connection. In addition, when he takes care of my child, he sometimes tried to hit him, which makes the child cry out loud. This action has been repeated many times. Hello, Atty! I have been separated from my husband for 10 years. Since then, he no longer communicates with me and my two children, he does not give any financial support or any kind. How can I get the body rupture? We have no property to share, since we are only together for 7 years as husband and wife. I hope you can help me do the right thing. .. The fundamental difference lies in the fact that in case of nullity or annulment, the union is separated, while in case of rupture of body, marriage still exists, so you can not remarry.
Because of this prohibition, separation without rupture of body is hardly sought as a remedy. § 11. Preliminary lecture. Do you want to know if „the man and the woman are tired of the other and have finally decided to stop the marriage“ is reason enough for a separation without breaking the body? A lot has happened in the past, like all marriages. We have our own fair share of mistakes, and when we sit down and talk about our marriage, we feel like it`s time to end it with regret. Don`t make a mistake, we tried to make it work again and again, but we finally realized that we were no longer happy to be together. Could this be reason enough for the body rupture? Thank you in advance. Essentially, legal separation concerns both person and property, while separation of ownership concerns only property. Legal separation may not be ordered on the basis of the agreement of the parties, while separation of property may be by mutual agreement between the parties, subject to the authorization of the court. . . .