Rappler's latest stories on divorce bill
'I cannot imagine my parents being happy in the same household. It would clip their wings and would have led to a toxic environment.'
They say, 'Divorce will destroy a family.' But is it not abuse and lack of respect for your partner and for marriage that destroy everyone in the family?
Divorces aren't for fun. Magastos at masakit ito. Pero mas mabuti ito kaysa maglolokohan kayo pareho at palipat-lipat ang mga anak 'nyo.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has repeatedly said that if Britain leaves without a deal it will not have to pay the 39 billion pound divorce bill agreed by his predecessor Theresa May
'We already have annulment, we already have legal separation because we don't like to call it divorce. Let's just call it divorce and complete the cycle already,' says the senatorial candidate
When President Duterte claimed she opposed divorce, the Davao City Mayor says many 'did not understood that it was a joke'
While there has been growing support for the passage of the divorce law, there is still no assurance from legislators that this would happen anytime soon
The President teases House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez about his spat with his daughter Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio: 'Mag-usap na lang kayo'
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says there are 'ongoing' talks to make sure the controversial divorce bill will see the light of day
The realities that necessitate divorce include: violence, infidelity, and abandonment. Instead of providing comfort, religion brings only oppression when often a romanticized image of the family is used against even the most dysfunctional relationships.
After the House approval of the divorce bill, the Senate still has no counterpart measure and is so far not keen on filing one
House Bill 7303 is the farthest that any proposal to introduce divorce has made it in the lower chamber
The Palace clarifies the President's stance on divorce after the House of Representatives approves the divorce bill on second reading
This is the farthest a divorce law proposal has gone in the legislative process
Advocates of the bill in the House of Representatives are pushing for divorce as a cheaper and faster means to end a marriage
The House committee on population approve the yet unnumbered bill after two hours of deliberations in an executive session
The concerns of OFWs are among the things lawmakers are taking into consideration in drafting versions of the proposed divorce law
It is high time that the state give couples in abusive and irreparable marriages the option to divorce says Representative Emmi de Jesus
Sen Pia Cayetano won t file a divorce bill soon telling Rappler I have to do one battle at a time